Generations Homecare System Announces EVV Solution for Homecare Providers in North Carolina
Generations helps homecare agencies in the United States meet state requirements set by the 21st Century Cures Act.
On that note, we are excited to share the latest news from the Generations team. Continue reading…
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Generations Homecare System Introduces Sandata Interface for Homecare Providers in North Carolina
The comprehensive homecare system enables homecare providers in North Carolina to streamline the Medicaid.billing process.
Mt. Pleasant, MI, Wednesday, May 19, 2021 – Generations Homecare System confirms ongoing success with the Sandata interface for homecare providers in North Carolina. Generations clients in North Carolina can simplify the billing steps and ensure accurate data while meeting the state-mandated Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) requirement.
“With this Sandata integration, agencies in North Carolina can streamline the Medicaid billing process and be in compliance with the new EVV requirements.”
-Lance Ferden, Generations Homecare System Co-Founder and Chief Technical Officer.
Benefits of the Generations Interface for Sandata
Benefits of the new functionality include the following:
- Accurate records and billing exports under North Carolina’s new regulatory requirements
- HIPAA compliance and advanced security features
- A simplified reimbursement process using fully integrated EVV
- Global real-time view of the arrivals and departures of caregivers
- In-app electronic and voice signature
“Using Generations EVV, agencies can conveniently gather electronic signatures in real-time from caregivers, clients, and nursing supervisors to certify the completion of tasks and the approval of care plans. This benefits all agencies – not just those that bill Medicaid.”
-Lisa Ferden, Generations Homecare System Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer.
For additional details about the new EVV solution for agencies in North Carolina, visit https://www.homecaresoftware.com/evv
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 about electronic visit verification.
For further reading, visit Medicaid.gov and the State of North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.