Alora and Sandata Partner to Reduce Burden of EVV Implementation for Provider Agencies

Alora and Sandata Partner to Reduce Burden of EVV Implementation

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y., Feb. 14, 2019 — Sandata Technologies, LLC, the leading provider of technology for State Medicaid agencies, MCOs, and Homecare Agencies, today announced a strategic partnership with Alora Healthcare Systems, LLC the leading provider of innovative software solutions to home healthcare agencies. The newly formed partnership enables provider agencies using the Alora software solution to seamlessly transfer data with Sandata’s Electronic Visit Verification™ (EVV™) solution.

This integration creates significant operational efficiencies while also reducing the implementation burden on provider agencies to meet state EVV requirements.  As Sandata continues to expand its position as the most experienced State Medicaid EVV provider, the integration with Alora allows agencies using the Alora software solution to maximize the benefit of Sandata’s state sponsored EVV solution, while ensuring compliance with the 21st Century Cures Act EVV mandate.

Steve Pellito, Senior Vice President, Provider Sales with Sandata, said, “Agencies across the country are preparing their strategy for how they meet compliance with the EVV requirements of the 21st Century Cures Act.  This new partnership eliminates the stress for those agencies using the Alora platform.  We’re excited to support EVV compliance for provider agencies using the Alora software system.”

Sathish John, CEO, Alora Healthcare Systems, talked about the partnership with Sandata in terms of the many benefits Alora customers would enjoy, and said “Many home health agencies using Alora software for managing their clinical and administrative duties would be glad that they can now have an integrated solution with Sandata’s EVV platform and will not need to disrupt their operations just to conform with the EVV mandates of their respective state. We are pleased to be working with Sandata as the EVV requirements become more and more significant in the home health industry.”

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