Select your state below to see how AxisCare provides an EVV solution for your home care agency.

Disclaimer: As many states are still deciding on their EVV vendor model, we are closely monitoring their decisions and will attempt to keep this page as updated as possible. However, this page may or may not reflect the latest news, so please reference your state’s medicaid site for official information and updates.

Supported: NOT AT THIS TIME

Alabama has implemented a Closed Model, mandating AuthentiCare as their statewide Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) vendor.

We are not integrating with AuthentiCare in Alabama at this time due to state regulation complexities

Alabama’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Alabama until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Alabama Medicaid Information

Supported: NOT AT THIS TIME

Alaska plans to adopt the provider choice model, in which agencies select their EVV vendor of choice and self-fund EVV implementation. States set requirements and standards for EVV vendors, including specific data collection requirements.

We are not integrating with Alaska’s aggregator at this time as they require 837P modifications, and we have not received any integration requests.

Alaska’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Alaska until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Alaska Department of Health and Social Services

Supported: YES

The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) has chosen an open vendor model in which the state selects a single vendor while allowing providers and MCOs to continue using their existing EVV systems.

AxisCare meets the state ‘s EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We have also developed an integration with Sandata, Arizona’s chosen vendor, which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly to Sandata, if needed. Arizona’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Arizona until January 01, 2021Learn More

AHCCCS EVV Update

Supported: YES

Arkansas has chosen to implement an open vendor model in which the state selects a single vendor while allowing providers and MCOs to continue using their existing EVV systems as long as it meets federal EVV guidelines.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We have also developed integrations with HHAeXchange*, AuthentiCare, and CareBridge*, Arkansas’ contracted vendor, which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly to those aggregators.

Arkansas’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Arkansas until January 01, 2021. Learn More

*HHAeXchange and AuthentiCare integrations are underway and will be completed before the January 1, 2021 deadline.

Arkansas EVV Update [Webinar]

Supported: YES

California has chosen to use an open model in which the state sets the standards for EVV, and providers and MCOs may either use their existing EVV system or choose one that best meets their needs.

AxisCare meets all EVV requirements stated in the CURES Act, making it an EVV and management power package for California agencies.

California’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in California until January 01, 2021. Learn More

California Department of Social Services

Supported: YES

Colorado has chosen to implement an open vendor model in which the state selects a single vendor (in this case, Sandata Technologies) while allowing providers and MCOs to continue using their existing EVV systems as long as it meets federal EVV guidelines.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We have also developed an integration with Sandata, Colorado’s contracted vendor, which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly to Sandata, if needed.

Colorado’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Colorado until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Colorado EVV Information

Supported: UNDETERMINED

Connecticut has chosen a closed EVV model, mandating Sandata Technologies as their aggregator.

Connecticut’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Connecticut until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Connecticut EVV Information

Supported: YES

Delaware has chosen to implement an open vendor model in which the state selects a single vendor while allowing providers and MCOs to continue using their existing EVV systems as long as it meets federal EVV guidelines.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We are also integrating with AuthentiCare (will be finished before the January 01, 2021 deadline), Delaware’s contracted aggregator, which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly to their system.

Delaware’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Delaware until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Delaware EVV Information

Supported: YES

Florida requires the MCOs who manage Medicaid beneficiaries to select and implement an EVV solution of their own choosing. We have included a list of Florida’s major MCOs and their EVV vendors of choice below.

AxisCare currently provides direct integration with HHAeXchange and Tellus, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution.

  • EVV Vendor: Tellus LLC 
    • UnitedHealthcare, Anthem/Simply Healthcare, Aetna, ILS and Community Care Plan
  • EVV Vendor: HHAeXchange
    • Humana, Staywell, Sunshine

Florida’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays the implementation of EVV in Florida until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration

Supported: UNDETERMINED

Georgia has chosen an open vendor EVV approach in which the state can either contract with a single EVV vendor, build their own system for providers to use, or allow the use of other EVV systems.

Georgia has selected Conduent in partnership with Tellus as its EVV vendor and established a go-live date of July 1, 2021.
AxisCare is currently researching an integration with Tellus in Georgia. In the meantime, AxisCare meets all mandated system requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management system.

Georgia’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Georgia until January 01, 2021. While Georgia will miss this January 1, 2021 implementation deadline and incur incremental Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) penalties, DCH is committed to working with Members, Providers, and vendors to meet training needs and implement a quality solution as quickly as possible. Learn More

Georgia Department of Community Health

Supported: NOT AT THIS TIME (NO REQUESTS)

Hawaii’s Med-QUEST Division (MQD) has chosen Sandata Technologies, LLC as their statewide Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) vendor.

We are not integrating with Hawaii’s aggregator at this time as we have not received any integration requests. If you are a Hawaii agency in need of this integration, please contact us as soon as possible.

Hawaii’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Hawaii until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Med-QUEST Division (MQD) Update

Supported: UNDETERMINED

Idaho has chosen an open vendor EVV approach in which the state can either contract with a single EVV vendor, build their own system for providers to use, or allow the use of other EVV systems. We are currently monitoring Idaho’s decision on an EVV vendor. If you have more information regarding which EVV vendor Idaho may be leaning towards, please contact us.

In the meantime, AxisCare meets all mandated system requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management system.

Idaho’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Idaho until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

Supported: UNDETERMINED

Illinois has chosen an open vendor EVV approach in which the state can either contract with a single EVV vendor, build their own system for providers to use, or allow the use of other EVV systems. We are currently researching an integration with Illinois’ chosen aggregator, Sandata, and will continue to post updates here.

In the meantime, AxisCare meets all mandated system requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management system.

Illinois’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Illinois until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Illinois Department of Human Services

Supported: YES

Indiana has chosen to implement an open vendor model in which the state selects a single vendor (in this case, Sandata Technologies) while allowing providers and MCOs to continue using their existing EVV systems as long as it meets federal EVV guidelines.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We have also developed an integration with Sandata, Indiana’s contracted vendor, which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly to Sandata, if needed.

Indiana’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Indiana until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Indiana Medicaid Website

Supported: YES

Iowa has chosen to implement an open vendor model in which the state selects a single vendor (in this case, CareBride) while allowing providers and MCOs to continue using their existing EVV systems as long as it meets federal EVV guidelines.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We have also developed an integration with CareBridge, Iowa’s contracted vendor, which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly to CareBridge, if needed.

Iowa’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Iowa until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Iowa Department of Human Services – EVV

Supported: NOT AT THIS TIME

Kansas has chosen a Closed Model, mandating a statewide external vendor for EVV. AxisCare is currently investigating an integration with the chosen vendor, AuthentiCare, and will continue to post updates here.

Kansas’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Kansas until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Supported: NOT AT THIS TIME (NO REQUESTS)

Kentucky’s DMS is working with Tellus, LLC to launch EVV in Kentucky. Providers have also been allowed to choose their own EVV systems or continue using their current EVV systems if they meet federal EVV requirements.

We are not integrating with Kentucky’s aggregator at this time as we have not received any integration requests. If you are a Kentucky agency in need of this integration, please contact us as soon as possible.

Kentucky’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Kentucky until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Department for Medicaid Services

Supported: YES

Louisiana has chosen an open model in which the state sets the standards for EVV, and providers and MCOs may either use their existing EVV system or choose one that best meets their needs. The state utilizes a vendor-agnostic aggregator system called Louisiana Service Reporting System (LaSRS) to take in data from all EVV systems.

AxisCare meets all mandated system requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management system.

Louisiana’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Louisiana until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Louisiana Department of Health – EVV

Supported: YES

Maine has chosen to implement an open vendor model in which the state selects a single vendor (in this case, Sandata Technologies) while allowing providers to continue using their existing EVV systems as long as it meets federal EVV guidelines.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We have also developed an integration with Sandata, Maine’s contracted vendor, which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly to Sandata, if needed.

Maine’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Maine until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Maine Department of Health and Human Services – EVV

Supported: UNDETERMINED

Maryland operates a state-mandated in-house EVV model in which the state develops, operates, and manages its own EVV system. Maryland has chosen a Closed Model, mandating their state tracking system, LTSSMaryland. AxisCare is currently investigating an integration with the chosen vendor and will continue to post updates here.

Maryland’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Maryland until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Maryland Department of Health

Supported: NOT AT THIS TIME (NO REQUESTS)

Massachusetts has chosen an Open Model, utilizing Optum as their EVV aggregator.

We are not integrating with Massachusetts’ aggregator at this time as we have not received any integration requests. If you are a Massachusetts agency in need of this integration, please contact us as soon as possible.

Massachusetts’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Massachusetts until January 01, 2021. Learn More

MassHealth – Letter to PCAs

Supported: YES

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has decided to go with an Open Model that allows providers to choose their own EVV system, as long as it meets federal EVV regulations. They are in the process of choosing an aggregator system that will accept data from all EVV systems.

AxisCare meets all state and federal EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management system.

Michigan’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Michigan until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services – EVV

Supported: YES

Minnesota has chosen an Open Model that allows providers to choose their own EVV system, as long as it meets federal EVV regulations. They are in the process of choosing an aggregator system that will accept data from all EVV systems.

AxisCare meets all state and federal EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management system.

Minnesota’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Minnesota until January 01, 2021. Learn More

MN Department of Human Services: Electronic Service Delivery Documentation

Supported: UNDETERMINED

Mississippi has not yet determined its EVV model. AxisCare is tracking its decision and will continue to post updates here.

Mississippi’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Georgia until January 01, 2021. While Mississippi will miss this January 1, 2021 implementation deadline and may incur incremental Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) penalties, DOM is committed to working with members, providers, and vendors to meet training needs and implement a quality solution as quickly as possible. Learn More

Mississippi Medicaid

Supported: YES

Missouri has opted to pursue an open vendor model, allowing personal care providers to select the EVV vendor which best suits their needs, or to continue to utilize their existing system. They are in the process of choosing an aggregator system that will accept data from all EVV systems.

AxisCare meets all state requirements as an EVV vendor, so current users can continue using AxisCare as their EVV solution.

Missouri’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Missouri until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Missouri Department of Social Services – EVV

Supported: YES

Montana has opted to pursue an open vendor model, allowing personal care providers to select the EVV vendor which best suits their needs, or to continue to utilize their existing system. They are in the process of choosing an aggregator system that will accept data from all EVV systems.

AxisCare meets all state requirements as an EVV vendor, so current users can continue using AxisCare as their EVV solution.

Montana’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Montana until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Montana Medicaid

Supported: YES

Nebraska has chosen to use an open vendor model in which the state sets the standards for EVV, and providers may either use their existing EVV system or choose one that best meets their needs.

AxisCare has developed a direct integration with Tellus, Nebraska’s EVV aggregator, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution.

Nebraska’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Nebraska until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services

Supported: YES

Nevada has implemented an open vendor model in which the state selects a single vendor while allowing providers to continue using their existing EVV systems as long as it meets federal EVV guidelines. Nevada has chosen AuthentiCare as its EVV aggregator.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We are also researching an integration with AuthentiCare, which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly into their system.

Nevada’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Nevada until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Nevada Department of Health and Human Services – EVV

Supported: YES

New Hampshire is planning to implement an Open Vendor/Hybrid EVV Design Model. This model gives flexibility to the State to contract with a single EVV vendor but allows providers and MCOs to use other vendors (as long as they meet federal EVV requirements).

AxisCare meets all state requirements as an EVV vendor, so current users can continue using AxisCare as their EVV solution.

New Hampshire’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in New Hampshire until January 01, 2021. Learn More

New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services

Supported: NOT AT THIS TIME

New Jersey has completed the vendor selection process and has issued an official contract award to HHAeXchange, a statewide EVV vendor. New Jersey intends to operationalize the EVV system by January 1, 2021.

Although we support an HHAeXchange integration in other states, we do not plan to do so in New Jersey at this time due to the complexities of their state regulations. Learn More

Supported: UNDETERMINED

New Mexico has chosen a closed model in which the state requires all providers to use a specific EVV system. We are currently investigating an integration with the chosen vendor, AuthentiCare. More information coming soon.

New Mexico’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in New Mexico until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Supported: YES

New York has implemented an open vendor model in which the state selects a single vendor while allowing providers to continue using their existing EVV systems as long as it meets federal EVV guidelines.

New York has chosen to work with two EVV aggregators: SanData and eMEDNY.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We are in the process of developing integrations with both Sandata and eMEDNY which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly to their systems.

New York’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV New York until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Office of the Medicaid Inspector General

Supported: YES

North Carolina has implemented an open model in which the state sets the standards for EVV, and providers and MCOs may either use their existing EVV system or choose one that best meets their needs.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We have also integrated with HHAeXchange and are in the process of creating an integration with Sandata, North Carolina’s two EVV aggregators.

North Carolina’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in North Carolina until January 01, 2021. Learn More

NC Medicaid Division of Health Benefits
Supported: UNDETERMINED
North Dakota has yet to determine its EVV solution. We are currently monitoring their decision, however, if you have more information regarding which EVV vendor North Dakota may be leaning towards, please contact us.
In the meantime, AxisCare meets all mandated system requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management system.
North Dakota’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in North Dakota until January 01, 2021. Learn More
North Dakota Department of Human Services

Supported: YES

Ohio has chosen to implement an open vendor model in which the state selects a single vendor (in this case, SanData Technologies) while allowing providers to continue using their existing EVV systems as long as it meets federal EVV guidelines.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We have also developed an integration with Sandata, Ohio’s contracted vendor, which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly to SanData, if needed.

Ohio’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Ohio until January 01, 2021. Learn More

 

Ohio Provider Resource Association EVV Information

Supported: YES

Oklahoma has implemented an open vendor model in which the state selects a single vendor while allowing providers to continue using their existing EVV systems as long as it meets federal EVV guidelines. Oklahoma has chosen AuthentiCare as its EVV aggregator.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We are also researching an integration with AuthentiCare, which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly into their system.

Oklahoma’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Oklahoma until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Oklahoma Healthcare Authority

Supported: UNDETERMINED

Oregon currently uses eXPRS, which captures a lot of the information required by the 21st Century Cures Act. However, there are limitations to eXPRS which are not currently meeting the EVV requirements. The latest news suggests that they plan to build upon what eXPRS already has in place to meet the federal requirements.

We are monitoring Oregon’s decision and will continue to update you here.

Oregon’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Oregon until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Oregon Department of Human Services (EVV)

Supported: YES

Pennsylvania has implemented an open model in which the state sets the standards for EVV, and providers may either use their existing EVV system or choose one that best meets their needs.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We have also integrated with HHAeXchange and Sandata, Pennsylvania’s two EVV aggregators, which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly into their systems.

Pennsylvania’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Pennsylvania until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Pennsylvania Department of Human Services

Supported: YES

Rhode Island has chosen to implement an open vendor model in which the state selects a single vendor (in this case, SanData Technologies) while allowing providers to continue using their existing EVV systems as long as it meets federal EVV guidelines.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We have also developed an integration with Sandata, Rhode Island’s contracted vendor, which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly to SanData, if needed.

Rhode Island’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Rhode Island until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Rhode Island Executive Office of Heath and Human Services

Supported: UNDETERMINED

South Carolina has not released information regarding their decision on an EVV model, however, it appears that they are leaning towards a closed model approach (state mandates a specific EVV provider). We are closely monitoring South Carolina’s decision and will continue to post updates as they are provided. If you have more information regarding South Carolina’s EVV decision, please contact us.

South Carolina’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Nevada until January 01, 2021. Learn More

South Carolina Healthy Connections Medicaid Site

Supported: NOT AT THIS TIME (NO REQUESTS)

South Dakota has chosen a Closed Model, mandating Therap as their EVV aggregator.

We are not integrating with South Dakota’s aggregator at this time as we have not received any integration requests. If the provider determines utilization of the State’s EVV system is not feasible, the provider must request and receive written approval from the State to utilize an alternate EVV system. Read More

South Dakota’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in South Dakota until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Electronic Visit Verification Question and Answer

Supported: UNDETERMINED

Tennessee is working with two vendors to implement EVV. SanData will be responsible for the implementation for everyone except those who self-direct services in the Self-Determination waiver. Those who self-direct services will use PPL, the current contracted financial supports broker.

AxisCare is currently investigating how we can meet EVV requirements in Tennessee. More information coming soon.

Tennessee’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Tennessee until January 01, 2021. Learn More

TennCare Website

Supported: UNDETERMINED

Texas has chosen a Closed Model, mandating DataLogic Vesta as its EVV vendor.

AxisCare is currently investigating an integration with Vesta. We will continue to post updates here.

Texas’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Texas until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Texas Health and Human Services EVV

Supported: YES

Utah has chosen an open model in which providers may choose the EVV system that best meets their needs and are not required to use a specific software or vendor as long as the system meets federal requirements.

AxisCare meets all requirements listed within the CURES Act, making it an EVV and management power house for Utah Home Care Providers.

Utah’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Utah until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Utah Department of Health – Medicaid

Supported: NOT AT THIS TIME (NO REQUESTS)

Vermont has chosen Sandata Technologies, LLC as their statewide Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) vendor.

We are not integrating with Vermont’s aggregator at this time as we have not received any integration requests. If you are a Vermont agency in need of this integration, please contact us as soon as possible.

Vermont’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Vermont until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Department of Vermont Health Access

Supported: YES

Virginia has chosen to use an open vendor model in which the state sets the standards for EVV, and providers may either use their existing EVV system or choose one that best meets their needs.

AxisCare has developed a direct integration with Tellus, Virginia’s EVV aggregator, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution.

Virginia’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Virginia until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Supported: YES

Washington has chosen to implement an open vendor model in which the state selects a single vendor (in this case, Sandata Technologies) while allowing providers to continue using their existing EVV systems as long as it meets federal EVV guidelines.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We have also developed an integration with Sandata, Washington’s contracted aggregator, which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly to Sandata, if needed.

Washington’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Washington until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services – EVV
Supported: YES
The state of West Virginia has chosen the Open/Hybrid Model for their EVV solution. They plan to choose a state vendor, but will also allow agencies to use alternative EVV solutions as long as they meet EVV requirements.
AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution.
West Virginia’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in West Virginia until January 01, 2021. Learn More
West Virginia Bureau for Medical Services

Supported: YES

Wisconsin has chosen to implement an open vendor model in which the state selects a single vendor (in this case, SanData Technologies) while allowing providers to continue using their existing EVV systems as long as it meets federal EVV guidelines.

AxisCare meets state EVV requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management solution. We have also developed an integration with Sandata, Wisconsin’s contracted vendor, which will allow agencies to send specific visit information directly to SanData, if needed.

Wisconsin’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Wisconsin until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Wisconsin Department of Health Services – EVV

Supported: UNDETERMINED

Wyoming has yet to determine its EVV solution. We are currently monitoring their decision, however, if you have more information regarding which EVV model Wyoming may be leaning towards, please contact us.

In the meantime, AxisCare meets all mandated system requirements, so providers may continue to use AxisCare as their EVV and management system.

Wyoming’s Good Faith Exemption request has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This delays implementation of EVV in Wyoming until January 01, 2021. Learn More

Wyoming Department of Health