Generations Homecare System introduces Sandata interface for Rhode Island.

Generations helps homecare agencies in the United States meet Electronic Visit Verification requirements.

On that note, we are excited to share the latest news from the Generations team.



Generations Homecare System Introduces New Sandata Interface for Homecare Providers in Rhode Island 

The industry-leading homecare software innovator enables homecare providers in Rhode Island to streamline Medicaid billing and meet the state’s Electronic Visit Verification requirements.

Mt. Pleasant, MI, April 16, 2020 – Today, Generations Homecare System announced its Sandata interface for homecare providers in Rhode Island. Generations clients in Rhode Island can now streamline Medicaid billing steps and ensure accurate data while meeting state requirements.

“We remain committed to helping our customers achieve compliance with state EVV requirements via seamless integration of Generations with state aggregators,” stated Lance Ferden, Generations Homecare System President and Co-Founder.

What does the Generations interface for Sandata provide?

  • HIPAA compliance 
  • Accurate records and billing exports under Rhode Island’s new regulatory requirements
  • A simplified reimbursement process using fully integrated EVV

“We are thrilled to be able to offer homecare providers in Rhode Island an interface to Sandata. Generations clients will continue to use the Generations Mobile App to electronically verify and record visits. And, as is always the case, the Generations support and training teams will provide complimentary assistance for submitting Medicaid claims directly to the state. We hope that the new functionality will alleviate some of the strain placed on care teams during these challenging times.” said Lisa Ferden, Generations Homecare System Vice President and Co-Founder. 

For additional details about the new interface, schedule a demonstration. visit HomecareSoftware.com/schedule-demo.

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Generations will launch state-specific EVV interfaces on a rolling basis to meet state requirements. Stay tuned for future releases.

In the meantime, we recommend visiting your state’s homecare association for helpful tools and information. The Rhode Island Partnership for Home Care is a good resource for homecare providers in Rhode Island.

For further reading, visit Medicaid.gov.