5 Ways MatrixCare helps California providers stay compliant

September 7, 2022
Categories: Home health, Hospice, Private duty, Palliative care
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Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) requirements will be effective for all states in 2023, but staying EVV compliant in California can be particularly complicated for home care providers. MatrixCare makes it easy with integrated functions built to simplify compliance and bring efficiency to dated operations.

Here are five ways MatrixCare technology can help California providers stay EVV compliant:

Sandata integration

Selected by the state of California to be the state vendor for EVV, Sandata is a solution that verifies that in-home visits occur. The MatrixCare EHR is now integrated with Sandata, simplifying EVV compliance directly within your agency management system.

Caregiver certification of time at visit checkout

With MatrixCare’s secure mobile solutions, visit times and visit locations are electronically verified as caregivers clock in and out of their visits—helping providers accurately track visits and stay compliant.

Offline Android and iOS app

MatrixCare’s offline capability makes it even easier to keep caregivers connected—regardless of where they are and network access.

California daily and weekly overtime calculations

MatrixCare takes on the payroll rules for weekly and daily overtime—including seventh day, seventh day OT, and daily double OT—so California providers can put the focus on clients.

Minimum wage reporting

With MatrixCare reporting, providers can easily identify caregivers whose average weekly rate falls below the minimum wage—helping to meet state requirements.

Is your organization ready to stay compliant in California with ease? Or to learn more about the many MatrixCare benefits that can help providers meet compliance expectations while making operations more efficient?

Schedule a demo today.

Julie Wolff
Julie Wolff

Julie Wolff joined MatrixCare in 2006 and has led Product Management for the Home Care Business Unit since 2013, taking on the Senior Product Management position in 2017. Previously, she served as Business Analyst, Implementation Specialist, Training Specialist, Documentation Specialist, and Support Specialist for both the legacy and current-gen products. Prior to her tenure at MatrixCare, Julie spent 17 years working in the Home Care Industry, holding positions with Community Care, Connecticut VNA, and White Oak Systems.

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