What is Electronic Visit Verification (EVV)?

Section 12006 of the Twenty-First Century Cures Act (Cures Act) and The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) requires that states begin utilizing an Electronic Visit Verification System (EVV) for a number of select services within NC Innovations and TBI Waiver programs, in addition, to select B3 Services, by September 1, 2021.

Due to the COVD-19 pandemic, Alliance Health and HHAeXchange will provide Information Sessions via webinar, as we are fully committed to providing the necessary information to ensure providers are able to comply with the CURES Act while ensuring the health & safety of all employees.

Learn more about Electronic Visit Verification and review the NC Medicaid EVV FAQ.

Have questions? Contact [email protected].

NCDHHS EVV Updates

NCDHHS EVV Update (August 30)

NCDHHS EVV Update (June 28)

LME-MCO Joint Communication Bulletin #JCB397 (July 2)

Important EVV provider guidance memo 

HHAex Updates

Attention EVV Providers: important HHAeX provider training will be held in May and June 2021. Click here for details.

HHAeX EVV EDI Provider Member (September 15)

HHAeX EVV Readiness Memo to Providers

Click Here to View EVV Provider Readiness Checklist

Alliance EVV Training and Information

Frequently Asked Questions

EVV Go-Live Memo

Alliance Sponsored Lunch and Learn Training: June 11. View the presentation.

NC LME Testing Prep (Presentation)

EVV Claims Testing Readiness Webinar (Video)

 

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