DHS Holding EVV Forum on November 19

You Are Invited to an EVV Forum on November 19

The Department of Health Services (DHS) invites you to its next public forum about electronic visit verification (EVV).

EVV will impact those providing and receiving personal care services through Medicaid. Please share this invite with anyone who may be interested:

  • Members of advocacy groups

  • Providers

  • Medicaid (ForwardHealth card) including Katie Beckett, BadgerCare Plus fee-for-service, and SSI HMO members

  • Family Care and Family Care Partnership members

  • IRIS (Include, Respect, I Self-Direct) participants

Purpose

DHS will share information and get feedback on our approach to the federally-mandated EVV requirements.

The forum will address Wisconsin’s EVV launch in 2020. It will also provide information about the training plan preceding the launch.

Schedule

The forum will be held on November 19, 2019, 1:30–3:30 p.m.

The format will be similar to previous forums held in Stevens Point, Milwaukee, and Madison. It will include a presentation followed by a question and answer period.

The presentation will include new and updated information on the implementation timeline and trainings.

Attending in person

The forum will be held at the Best Western Premier Bridgewood Resort Hotel & Conference Center, 1000 Cameron Way in Neenah, Wisconsin.

To register to attend in person, please use the registration form

Joining by livestream

The session will be livestreamed for anyone who cannot attend in person. You can submit questions before, during, and after the presentation to the EVV mailbox at dhsevv@dhs.wisconsin.gov.

To register for the livestream, please use the registration form

The livestream link will be available on the EVV webpage a week before the event. The livestream will go live approximately 15 minutes before the presentation begins.

Language assistance

Printed copies of the presentation in English, Spanish, and Hmong will be available at the forum. Additionally, open caption will be available for all attendees. To request a sign language interpreter or other assistance, please complete the assistance request section of the registration form.

After the forum, a recording of the presentation and all materials will be posted to the EVV webpage.

Feedback

We value your feedback. It will be used to help DHS make decisions about how to implement EVV. There are two ways to provide feedback or ask questions:

More information about EVV can be found on the DHS EVV webpage.