21st Century CURES Act enforces the use of electronic visit verification (EVV) to combat fraud, waste and abuse in home care, but that’s not all.
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Posted by Home Health Care News; contributed by Tom Meyer, HHAeXchange. The numbers don’t lie.
In an industry where issues of mistrust and system abuse often rule the headlines, family and friends want reassurance that their loved ones are being provided with proper care.
Solving the Most Common Compliance Problems. HHAeXchange’s web-based software platform dynamically links payers and providers — creating a shared environment to effectively interact in real-time allowing increased operational efficiency.
The EVV Bill proposed to reduce FWA while improving patient care
Verification Organizations (VOs) have helped to reduce fraud, waste, and abuse in New York State. HHAeXchange achieves this by employing an integrated, shared-platform that allows full visibility to your provider and MCOs’ activities.
HR Bill 2446 was rolled into section 207 of HR 2646 and passed the House by a vote of 422-2 on July 6, 2016
In 2011, the New York Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG) passed into law a measure that required home health providers who exceeded $15 million in Medicaid and/or Medicaid Managed Care reimbursements to utilize a Verification Organization (VO).
The U.S. House of Representatives has introduced bill H.R.2446 to require the use of electronic visit verification for personal care services furnished under the Medicaid program.