That would be none other than the previous U.S. President, Barack Obama, who in late 2013, engaged what is known as the 21st Century Cures Act. His word, set in ink and stone, put the law into effect…..
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Currently, certain states regulate this mandate. Indeed, the EVV is mandated in some states like Illinois and Texas.
Multi-vendor approaches are also released and regulated in some states, by the way. On that note, states are allowed to implement these by one of three ways, the first being that of what is often referred to as “choice of provider” or “provider’s choice”. This has much to do with the provider choosing the EVV type sought.
The second form is known as “state overseer”. It’s simply an open-choice model in which either the private or state sector involved can personally oversee all aspects of the data.
And last but certainly not least, we have the “approved vendor list”. In this one, states come up with such lists. They then reward, or chastise, their vendors according to their performance.
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