January 1, 2022, is the EVV hard launch date set by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. EVV data has been required for Medicaid-covered personal care and supportive home care services: procedure codes T1019, T1020, S5125, and S5126. Consequences will begin for dates of service on and after January 1, 2022, if EVV data is not captured for required services.
These consequences include:
Per DHS and your MCO if the Member’s Employees do not use EVV and they have one of the 4 codes above, payroll most likely will be delayed.
To be paid on time when your timesheets are submitted, the Employee is to have EVV clock in/out that matches the timesheets submitted. Which means each Employee of a Member with one of the 4 codes listed above have to use EVV and have to have a timesheet that match.
If this does not happen payroll will be delayed until the EVV information is corrected and will be placed on the next payroll if after our payroll has been closed out for the current payroll period.
The federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services requires an EVV hard launch.
Visit the EVV website for more information.
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