CMS Cites Sandata Technologies as a Resource for EVV Models

Port Washington, NY – September 18, 2017: Sandata Technologies, LLC, a leader in Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) solutions, has been cited by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) as an industry resource for Electronic Visit Verification models at the recent National Home and Community Based Services Conference on August 31, 2017. During the conference,… Read more »


AccentCare Expands Use of Sandata Electronic Visit Verification Solution Nationwide

Dallas-based Home Healthcare Services Firm Leverages Santrax® EVV™ to Improve Operations and Enhance Care PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y., September 13, 2017 – Sandata Technologies, LLC, a leading provider of home care agency management solutions, announced today that AccentCare®, Inc., a leader in post-acute home healthcare services has expanded its use of Santrax® Electronic Visit Verification™ (EVV)… Read more »


Which EVV Model is Right for Your State?

Written by: Rowan Consulting Associates Last week, in the first installment of our series on mandated Electronic Visit Verification, we reported on our conversation with Sandata CEO Tom Underwood about the ways states might choose to comply with the 21st Century CURES Act. (See “Four EVV Models States Might Choose; Three Lead to Disaster” HCTR,… Read more »


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

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. Sandata-HMA-EVV-Survey-Response-Report 2017


Four EVV Models States Might Choose; Three Lead to Disaster

Sandata CEO, Tom Underwood, interviews with Tim Rowan on the four models that states might use to implement Electronic Visit Verification, in order to comply with the 21st Century CURES Act. According to Sandata CEO Tom Underwood, there are four models that states might use to implement Electronic Visit Verification, which every state must do… Read more »


Sandata and Northeast Professional Home Care, Inc. signed an enterprise agreement for the implementation of Electronic Visit Verification™ and Agency Management solutions

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y., July 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Sandata Technologies, LLC, a leading national provider of information technology solutions to the home care industry, announces that Northeast Professional Home Care, Inc. has signed an enterprise agreement for the implementation of Sandata’s Santrax® Electronic Visit Verification™ (EVV™) and Santrax® Agency Management solutions. Northeast Professional Home Care, Inc.,… Read more »


Sandata CEO To Present On Federal Electronic Visit Verification Mandate at NJ’s Annual Home Care Conference

Sandata CEO To Present On Federal Electronic Visit Verification Mandate at NJ’s Annual Home Care Conference  New EVV Requirements Will Affect Every Medicaid Home Care Agency in NJ PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y., June 21, 2017 – Sandata Technologies, the leading provider of electronic visit verification™ (EVV™) software to the home care industry, announced today its chief… Read more »


Home Health Aide is Most In-Demand Job of 2017

The most in-demand job for 2017 is home health aide, according to a new report from CareerCast, which uses numbers from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The report expects there will be 348,400 new openings for home health aides between now and the end of 2024, easily the most in the United… Read more »


Patients Who Refuse Home Health More Likely to be Readmitted

By Amy Baxter | May 15, 2017, Home Health Care News Patients who refuse home health care services following a hospital discharge may be at higher risk of being readmitted, according to study findings cited in a recent report from the Alliance for Home Health Quality and Innovation and the United Hospital Fund (UHF). The… Read more »


CMS Proposes Six-Month Delay for Home Health CoPs

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has proposed delaying the implementation date for the new home health Conditions of Participation (CoPs) until January 2018. The proposal comes after home health industry associations and providers pushed back against the original implementation timeline for the CoPs, which were finalized in early January 2017. Instead of going… Read more »