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EVV Is Coming to Oregon: Here Is What You Need to Know

Posted by on May 2, 2018 in 2018 Changes, Advocacy, eXPRS, featured, Provider Payment | 0 comments

EVV Is Coming to Oregon: Here Is What You Need to Know

Electronic Visit Verification is coming to Oregon, and it will change the way that 10,000 Personal Support Workers and as many Direct Support Professionals start and end their work shifts for attendant-care services in a person’s home.   What Is EVV? The 21st Century CURES Act was adopted by the federal government in 2016 to reduce Medicaid fraud. Because this is a federal bill, every state is now working to meet the January 2019 deadline to implement Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) for in-home attendant care services. In order to meet the federal standards, Oregon’s EVV system will have to capture the following points of information for each and...

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Oregon I/DD Advocates Testify to Senate Committee on eXPRS State Payment System Implementation Concerns

Posted by on Feb 11, 2015 in 2013 Changes, 2014 changes, eXPRS, Provider Payment | 0 comments

On Tuesday, Oregon Support Services Association’s Executive Director Katie Rose testified to a Senate committee regarding the state’s roll out and implementation of its payment system, eXPRS. Additional testimony was provided by Margaret Theisen (CEO of the state’s largest brokerage Full Access), Chris Burnett (Executive Director of Oregon Rehabilitation Association,) Gary Zenzen and Chris Schwartz (from provider organization Partnerships in Community Living,) Lilia Teninty (Director of Oregon’s Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Program,) and Don Erickson (Chief Operating Officer for Oregon’s Aging, Disability, and Developmental...

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