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Schedule 

Friday April 5, 2019

Saturday, April 6, 2019

12:30 — 2:00 p.m.
Lunch will start immediately following the conclusion of the NASUAD Spring Meeting.
2:00 — 4:00 p.m.

Three consecutive sessions led by state/NASUAD representatives, industry experts, and providers of care. The format for each session will be interactive, with 30 minutes of information provided by the session leaders, and 30 minutes of open dialogue for the exchange of ideas, experience, and recommendations. View session details below.

Session 1: CMS EVV Update

Hear directly from CMS representatives the state of the union regarding the EVV mandate and guidelines for compliance. 

Session 2: EVV Implementation Scorecard

Review and discuss a comprehensive summary of each state’s plan to reach compliance with the EVV mandate, including the model, timeline, and approach selected by each state. 

Session 3: The Applied Self-Direction EVV Model

Review and discuss the Applied Self Direction EVV Model, along with the implications and practical limits of this thoughtful guidance. 

6:30 — 8:00 p.m.

Opening Reception with cocktails. 

7:00 — 8:00 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

8:00 — Noon

Four consecutive sessions led by state/NASUAD representatives, industry experts, and providers of care.  The format for each session will be interactive, with 30 minutes of information provided by the session leaders, and 30 minutes of open dialogue for the exchange of ideas, experience, and recommendations. View session details below.

Session 1: Evolving the Definition of EVV from Time and Attendance

Hear how some organizations are leveraging the EVV infrastructure to obtain real-time information about the member’s health status changes, to create interventions and participate in Value Based Care environments. 

Session 2: State Medicaid Funded EVV in a Managed Care Environment

Review and discuss various models that have been deployed in a combined FFS and Managed Care environment.  Explore and share the impact on various constituents, payers, providers, and members as these mixed model environments are implemented. This session will be presented by Tellus, a Florida Managed Care Organization and AHCA. 

Session 3: Practical and Meaningful Stakeholder Involvement in EVV Projects

Required by the mandate, explore the various options for stakeholder involvement that are inclusive, effective, practical, and satisfies the legislative requirements.

Session 4: Practical Implications of Open EVV Solutions

Discuss the real world and practical implications of implementing a statewide Open EVV solution.  Explore the “not so obvious” challenges and the sometimes overlooked implications of Aggregating disparate data from various sources. 

12:00 — 12:30 p.m.

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Register to Attend

Join State representatives, CMS representatives, Managed Care Organizations, Industry Experts, and Providers of Care for an informative and interactive two-day conference focused on Electronic Visit Verification (EVV).