Nevada Yet to Decide Whether Providers Can Continue Using Current EVV Systems

Nevada announced it will mandate a single system for all Nevada providers. However, the state has not decided whether providers who currently use EVV systems may continue to use them instead of the statewide system.

Nevada Medicaid says providers will be able to use the state’s system free of charge. However, many state-mandated systems incur unforeseen expenses upon providers.

The RFP opened to EVV vendors on May 30, 2018. The anticipated contract start date is August 14, 2018.

Nevada Personal Care Attendants Must Take Action Now

Nevada requires all personal care attendants to obtain a National Provider Identifier and enroll as a servicing provider with Nevada Medicaid before January 1, 2019. This costs nothing to the provider, but failure to obtain an NPI could delay Medicaid reimbursements.