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Electronic Visit Verification (EVV)

CDC+’s Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) system complies with the federally mandated 21st Century Cures Act’s requirement for certain providers of in-home services to log their visits through a tracking application and for consumers/Representatives to check these visits for accuracy. More information about the Cures Act can be found here.

For now, providers of Personal Care Assistance (PCA), In-Home Supports (IHS), and Respite—both day (RSPD) and hour (RSPH)—who do not meet the Department of Labor definition of a live-in provider are required to participate. See page 56 of the How-to Guide for additional information about live-in status.

Username and password information is mailed to providers and consumers/Representatives in the following fashion:

  • Consultants are mailed passwords for their consumers/Representatives.
  • Consumers/Representatives are mailed their username and the passwords for their providers.
  • Consumers/Representatives need to contact their Consultant to obtain their password.
  • Providers are mailed their usernames and must contact their consumers/Representatives for their passwords.

CDC+ monitors for new consumers/Representatives and new providers and mail out credential information twice a week. Approved new providers do not have to wait until they receive their usernames/passwords to begin performing services.

The EVV system does not replace CDC+’s current timesheet requirements.

How to Download CDC+ EVV Application

 Apple Devices  Android Devices

 Download the app here

 Download the app here

 Access training information

 Access training information

*******IMPORTANT NOTE******* THESE APPS ARE FOR PROVIDERS ONLY. REPRESENTATIVES DO NOT NEED TO DOWNLOAD THESE APPS. REPRESENTATIVE USERNAMES/PASSWORDS WORK ONLY AT APD.MAINSL.COM.

Apple Devices

  • Providers with Apple (iOS) smartphones or tablets may download the application from the Apple Store here.
  • Click here for training information, including download instructions, for Apple users.

Android Devices

  • Providers with Android smartphones or tablets may download the application from the Google Play Store here.
  • Click here for training information, including download instructions, for Android users.

Training and Instructions for Providers

Training material about the web-based management application for both Apple and Android users is available here.

For tutorial information with step-by-step instructions, open the CDC+ EVV application on any device and go to Settings.

Alternatively, providers with no ready access to a device with the EVV application may call the CDC+ EVV IVR (Interactive Voice Response) phone system at 1-763-412-1373 to log their visits using their IVR user ID and PIN. Note: the IVR user ID and PIN are not the same as a provider’s username and password.

EVV Provider Training

Consumer/Representative Resources

All CDC+ consumers/Representatives with providers using EVV MUST verify each visit through a web portal provided by Mains’l at https://apd.mainsl.com.

Click here for information on how to use this verification web portal.

EVV Representative Training

CDC+ EVV Training Schedule

Every Wednesday and Thursday morning at 10 a.m. beginning Wednesday, November 18, through Thursday, January 14, CDC+ will host an hour-long training session to answer questions about  EVV and show users how to navigate through EVV applications. Please join if you have questions regarding the applications. The training is not required so if you’ve found the online and in-app tutorials sufficient please have your providers begin logging their visits and begin verifying them.

Please use the information below to join a CDC+ EVV training session:

Join the training from your computer, tablet or smartphone: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/480740197

You can also dial in using your phone :  (866) 899-4679. Access code 480-740-197.

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CDC+ EVV Frequently Asked Questions