Celayix Home » EVV State Models

EVV State Models

As the deadline for the implementation of EVV software approaches, take a look at each state's EVV model and provider below.

In 2016, the 21st Century Cures Act was signed into law in the US. Are you up to date on what your state is doing to implement EVV? In the table below, you can look up your state and find out which model and provider they are using for EVV

There are currently five types of EVV state models being used.

Open VendorThe state selects an EVV vendor and data aggregator. Providers can use a state-sponsored vendor free of charge, or work with another EVV vendor at their own expense. Alternative EVV vendors must integrate with the state’s data aggregator.

State Mandated External VendorProviders must use the state-sponsored, state-funded vendor.

State Mandated In-House SystemState’s build their own EVV system, which all providers must use/integrate with.

Provider Choice: Providers select and pay for their own vendors.

MCO Choice: Managed Care Organizations select the vendor and cover the costs.

State EVV Model Provider
Alabama State Mandated External Vendor AuthentiCare
Alaska Provider Choice Therap
Arizona Open Vendor Sandata
Arkansas Open Vendor AuthentiCare
California State Mandated In-House System N/A
Colorado Open Vendor Sandata
Connecticut State Mandated External Vendor Sandata & HP
Delaware Undecided Undecided
Florida Open Vendor Tellus
Georgia Open Vendor Tellus
Hawaii Open Vendor

Sandata

Idaho Open Vendor

Sandata

Illinois Open Vendor

Sandata

Indiana Open Vendor

Sandata

Iowa MCO Choice

CareBridge

Kansas State Mandated External Vendor

AuthentiCare

Kentucky Open Vendor

Tellus

Louisiana Open Vendor

LaSRS

Maine Open Vendor

MIHMS

Maryland State Mandated In-House System

N/A

Massachusetts Open Vendor

Optum

Michigan Undecided

Undecided

Minnesota Open Vendor

Undecided

Mississippi State Mandated External Vendor

Fei Systems

Missouri Open Vendor

Sandata

Montana Undecided

Undecided

Nebraska Open Vendor

Tellus

Nevada State Mandated External Vendor AuthentiCare
New Hampshire Open Vendor

Undecided

New Jersey Open Vendor

HHAeXchange

New Mexico State Mandated External Vendor

AuthentiCare

New York Provider Choice

N/A

North Carolina Open Vendor

Sandata

North Dakota Open Vendor

Therap

Ohio Open Vendor

Sandata

Oklahoma State Mandated External Vendor

AuthentiCare

Oregon State Mandated In-House System

N/A

Pennsylvania Open Vendor

Sandata

Rhode Island Open Vendor

Sandata

South Carolina State Mandated External Vendor

Fiserv

South Dakota State Mandated External Vendor

Therap

Tennessee MCO Choice

Sandata & PPL

Texas State Mandated External Vendor

Vesta

Utah Provider Choice

N/A

Vermont Open Vendor

Sandata

Virginia Provider Choice

N/A

Washington Open Vendor

Sandata

West Virginia Open Vendor

Tellus

Wisconsin Open Vendor

Sandata

Wyoming Undecided

Undecided

 

If you are looking for an EVV provider, you could consider looking for a system that would bring added benefits/functionality to your organization such as scheduling, time, and attendance solutions like Celayix. If you have any questions about Celayix’s capabilities and compliance with EVV, get in touch with a solution advisor today!

You may also like…

The importance of Employee Communication in the Workplace

The importance of Employee Communication in the Workplace

Employers often underestimate the value of effective employee communication. In reality, communication impacts many different areas of your business. Take a look below to find out more.
Fatigue Risk Management in 24/7 Industries

Fatigue Risk Management in 24/7 Industries

Running a business in a 24/7 industry can be challenging, especially when it comes to managing and preventing risk. There are a number of ways you can tackle fatigue risk management which we break down below.
Management Styles for Effective Leadership

Management Styles for Effective Leadership

As a business owner or manager, you're probably aware that there are a wide range of management styles that you can adopt. However, when it comes to being an effective leader, it's important to understand these styles, and know which best suits you, your employees, and you organization as a whole.