2020 Participant Satisfaction Survey Results: Consumer Direct Care Network District of Columbia conducts annual participant satisfaction surveys. Click here to review the 2020 results.
DHCF Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) Update: The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) will not enforce claims adjudication edits for services subject to Electronic Visit Verification for dates of service beginning on January 1, 2021. While the system is up and in production, the agency has determined that users across the platform will need time to transition to this new way of recording time spent providing services to DC Medicaid beneficiaries.
As noted before, employers and employees in the Services My Way program should continue to use the Consumer Direct Care Network web portal or paper timesheets to record completed shifts.
DHCF Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) Announcement: The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) recently announced Services My Way participants and Participant-Directed Workers (PDW) will be required to use a cell phone or house phone to record the start and end of services. The official name of this requirement is Electronic Visit Verification (EVV).