The National Electronic Visit Verification Association (NEVVA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving as the single source for Electronic Visit Verification industry-related information for states, managed care organizations and providers.


David Ward

NEVVA Chairman

“On behalf of the National Electronic Visit Verification Association, thank you for partnering with us to strengthen our industry and association to better the lives of individuals receiving care. Through these partnerships, we provide evidence-based resources and share innovative, market-leading solutions and health policies to advance us toward our common goal and our mission: States working together to protect our most vulnerable imprints, our core values of trust, transparency, and commitment to each other and those we serve. I am honored to serve along with you!”

Why EVV?

EVV became a national requirement for Medicaid-reimbursed personal care services and home health care through the 21st Century Cures Act, enacted on December 13, 2016. The Cures Act relies, in part, on savings generated through reductions in fraud, waste and abuse from EVV. EVV enables health care providers to confirm that care services were actually delivered by using a variety of electronic methods like apps on a smart device, biometric information capture, telephony and other methods. To be compliant with the Cures Act, personal care services are required to be verified using EVV technology beginning January 1, 2020, and home health services beginning January 1, 2023.


Contact Mark Dillon at for more information or to submit your application.

Membership Application


Our members are State leaders, industry experts, and advocates all with the same mission: to offer the greatest support to individuals in need by ensuring they receive the highest quality of care. Through the power of our voices together, we are committed to strengthening our goal. NEVVA hosts several events throughout the year to activate our members and provide spaces for shared planning and collaboration. We invite you to join our association today!

David Ward

NEVVA Chairman

Dara Johnson

Arizona AHCCCS

Martha Roherty

Executive Director at ADvancing States

Hannah Patterson

Netsmart – VP & GM Workforce Management

Kate Murray

President of Applied Self Direction

Brian Perry

Direct Care Innovations

Kevin Dierks


Molly Murphy

Vice President of Applied Self Direction

Colin Laughlin

Deputy Office Director at Colorado Department of Health Care Policy & Financing

Brian Dowd

Deputy Executive Director, Georgia Department of Community Health

Jean Stone

Assistant Commissioner, Alabama Department of Senior Services

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Thank you for your interest in NEVVA! We look forward to connecting with you.

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