Report Summarizes Key Survey Findings Related to States’ Readiness to Implement Electronic Visit Verification

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Sandata Technologies enlisted HMA’s Karen Brodsky, Barbara Butler-Moore, Anh Pham, and David Rogers to survey states about their awareness and familiarity with the components of the Cures Act, Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) deployment models, and where states are in the process of implementing an EVV solution to meet the medicaid mandate.

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