Nebraska's DHSS aims to safeguard the state's elderly and disabled adults. Its goal is to standardize statewide minimum requirements and control circumstances through the following rules governing the home care sector:
Using home care management software can help your business run more smoothly. The GPS-enabled technology can help Nebraska Home Care Agencies function better through accurate billing and payroll, effective time-tracking, and well-regulated training programs.
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 Nebraska home care agencies looking to scale their operations while meeting state laws and regulations, including EVV standards.
Nebraska is an open-model state, and its EVV implementation deadline was January 01, 2021.
Since Nebraska is an open model state, home care agencies are free to choose any EVV system of their preference, provided it fulfills all the state’s EVV aggregator requirements with Tellus.
The service authorizations will be sent electronically by Nebraska's DHHS to Tellus. However, based on those service authorizations, the providers will be in charge of arranging the visits for their members.
CareSmartz360 can be used as an EVV solution in Nebraska. Switching from an old home care software to CareSmartz360 is effortless- all thanks to open APIs, making it an ideal migration tool. These make transition hassle-free and onboarding easy. You can easily connect CareSmartz360 with any existing tool like QuickBooks, Paychex, Waystar, etc.
There are multiple payer options in Nebraska. Some of which are:
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) oversees the licensure and practice of various health professions and occupations, including licensing requirements, fees, standards of conduct, practice guidelines, and training standards.
No federal or state regulations require Nebraska employers to provide breaks for their employees. The following federal laws, however, are applicable if the employer has a policy that permits breaks:
There is no provision in Nebraska law for the payment of overtime. Only if the employee and employer previously agreed to the overtime pay, can it be claimed under the Nebraska Wage Payment and Collection Act.
To help agencies adhere to state EVV regulations, CareSmartz360’s EVV assists businesses in easily monitoring caregiver time with call review, call details, missing clock-in/out, and unidentified calls. You can get a quick look at open shifts and review schedules that have already had billing and payroll finalized.
CareSmartz360's EVV-based solution helps agencies comply with the 21st Century Cures Act. Some ways in which the home care software feature is helpful are:
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