Sandata has developed a Fixed Visit Verification (FVV) Device for individuals who do not have a landline home telephone available for Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) calls. The FVV Device supports automatic visit verification without the use of the individual's home phone.
Individuals impacted by EVV that receive services at least once per week and do not have a landline home telephone available for EVV use will need to receive an FVV Device. Attendants providing services to these individuals will be required to use the FVV Device to document the time they begin and end work.
Providers and Financial Management Services Agencies (FMSAs) are responsible for requesting FVV Devices for individuals who qualify to receive a device. Only a provider agency or CDSA can request an FVV Device. An FVV Device request form must be completed in the Santrax EVV System — instructions are available using the links below.
Note: FVV devices should not be requested until training has been completed, and the individual is entered into Santrax. Please do not move forward in filling out this form unless these tasks have been completed.
For further FVV information, please refer to the appropriate FVV User Guide:
NOTE: By clicking on any of the links on this page, you will be redirected away from the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) website to a site maintained by Sandata, the DADS contracted EVV vendor.
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FVV training materials are available for independent training for all FVV stakeholders, including provider agencies, FMSAs, CDS Employers, individuals receiving services and attendants. Please access and review these materials to learn more about the FVV process.
Updated: December 9, 2013