Oklahoma contracted with Sandata to provide EVV services in 2014. But the state was not happy with Sandata and contracted with First Data in 2016. Oklahoma has not released any updates since then.
Missouri started using a form of EVV in 2016, but it does not meet all the requirements in the 21st Century Cures Act. So to comply with the law, Missouri has chosen to implement the open vendor model, allowing providers to choose their own systems and aggregating the data from these systems. The EVV systems must meet the requirements to interface with the aggregator.
Missouri is still in the planning stages of this solution. The state has not chosen an aggregator system yet.
Programs Affected: Services authorized by the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS), Division of Senior and Disability Services (DSDS); PCS authorized by the Bureau of Special Health Care Needs and the Bureau of HIV, STD and Hepatitis of DHSS; and those authorized by the Department of Mental Health (DMH), Division of Developmental Disabilities (DD)