The map shows which states have sent in a Good Faith Effort Exemption Request regarding EVV implementation. In compliance with the Cures Act, states have until November 30, 2019 to submit these requests to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

 

What is a Good Faith Exemption Request? 

The request is sent by the state and it includes the actions taken by the state to implement EVV and their reasons for an unavoidable delay in implementation. If approved, one year of extra time to come into compliance with EVV will be given if needed.

 

There is No Request for My State

What Should I Do? 

If you believe good faith actions were taken to implement EVV, but you will not be EVV compliant by January 1, 2020, hope is not lost. You can contact your state medicaid director and ask them to apply for an EVV Good Faith Effort Exemption Request.

The Deadline is November 30th so do not wait! 

 

See more details on Good Faith Exemptions here. 

 

Need an EVV Vendor?

CareTime Can Help

CareTime offers one of the best home care software solutions in the marketplace with a built in EVV system. We also can provide customized software and integrations for large organizations. Talk to us about how we can help you get ahead of the compliance requirement for EVV. Find out more about CareTime’s Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) software solution.