The mission of the Indiana Department of Labor is to enhance the safety, prosperity, and health of employees in the workplace. Most Indiana employers and employees are guided by the minimum wage and overtime provisions of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Some of which are:
Home care management software can help make Indiana agency owners' lives easier. The GPS-enabled technology streamlines billing, payroll, and time tracking to help home care agencies keep track of employee shifts and compensation.
Responsively designed and feature-rich apps to seamlessly run your home care agency on the go.
GPS-enabled app to seamlessly manage caregiver visits.
Increase agency staff productivity and organize daily activities on-the-go.
CareSmartz360 is a trusted partner for Indiana home care agencies looking to scale their operations while meeting state laws and regulations, including EVV standards.
Section 1903(l)(5)(A) states that the chosen system must be able to electronically verify for visits conducted as part of personal care services or home health care services for the following:
Section 1903(l)(2) also requires states to provide a stakeholder process to allow input into the state's implementation of the EVV requirement from PCS and home health services providers, beneficiaries, family caregivers, and other stakeholders.
IHCP releases updates related to the EVV implementation periodically. A survey was rolled out in April 2019 to develop a decision for helping agencies with the implementation deadlines. The survey also identified the types of EVV systems the home care businesses are using in Indiana, their preparedness, and their willingness to participate in a pilot. Training began in early fall 2019.
CareSmartz360 can be used as an EVV solution in Indiana. It offers simplified data migration, award-winning support and 1:1 training to make a shift from an existing EVV-compliant home care software.
IDOH (Indiana Department of Health) oversees state licensed home health agencies for the quality of care delivered to Indiana seniors and to ensure caregiving is in compliance with state laws.
No. Indiana laws require employers to pay only for the actual time worked. As a result, employers are not required to pay for personal days, sick days, or holidays.
Generally, home care workers are paid for the time worked under the direction and control of the employer. A worker who has to remain “on-call” at home is not considered to be working while “on-call.” However, if the home care worker remains “on-call” on the employer’s premises, they are considered to be working.
Employed caregivers in Indiana work an average of 34.7 hours a week.
You can simplify your life by utilizing CareSmartz360, a home care management software. With the use of GPS-enabled technology, Indiana Home Care Agencies may quickly check and keep track of caregiver training, visits, scheduling, billing, payroll, leave policies, and more while being EVV compliant.
Real-time updates and streamlined processes help caregivers enhance their quality of care. With home care software like CareSmartz360, caregivers may get quick insights into their upcoming shifts and leverage offline mode to enhance data synchronization.
With one dashboard, caregivers may:
CareSmartz360 offers a robust billing solution for smart and accurate billing, adequate payment, and quick reporting. Care providers can submit claims the same day they offer services and get paid faster to be able to stay ahead of claim denials.
Additionally, CareSmartz360 is an all-inclusive of electronic visit verification for agencies who bill Medicaid, capture data required for EVV, and helps stay caregivers focused on care delivery.
Our users reported 95% customer satisfaction in 2022. Schedule a personal walkthrough to see CareSmartz360 in action.