Changes are coming to Electronic Visit Verification in Alabama!

Alabama Medicaid is in the process of transitioning from a closed model Electronic Visit Verification and Monitoring (EVVM) system to a new open model Modular Electronic Visit Verification (MEVV) system with HHAeXchange. Under this open vendor model HHAeXchange will provide a front-end application for capturing EVV visit data and will aggregate EVV visit related data from third-party EVV systems. Providers under this open vendor model have the flexibility to use Medicaid’s MEVV or select a solution that better meets their individual needs. Providers that select a solution of their own will be required to submit to the MEVV standardized visit related data as defined by Medicaid. This new MEVV system will be implemented in January 2022.

HHAeXchange Information

This section will be updated as new information becomes avaliable. Please check back often for more information.

AuthentiCare® EVV information (ends December 31, 2021)

On October 1, 2017, the Alabama Medicaid Agency implemented an Electronic Visit Verification and Monitoring (EVVM) system called AuthentiCare to monitor visits to Home and Community Based Waiver Services clients. Until the new modular EVV system goes live in January 2022, reimbursement for in-home services will require system verification of the visit using AuthentiCare.
 
AuthentiCare Training Resources

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