Rethink Behavioral Health Announces Strategic Partnership with Tellus EVV System

Rethink BH is excited to announce an official partnership with Tellus, in an effort to help Rethink users comply with the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration's (AHCA) new electronic visit verification (EVV) requirements.

FLORIDA, Dec 21, 2020 -- The 21st Century Cures Act has stated that effective January 1, 2021, agencies providing personal care services (PCS) and home health services (HHCS) must have an Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) solution in place.

The legislation applies to behavior analysis service providers in AHCA Regions 9, 10 and 11, and they can no longer bill through the Florida Medicaid Management Information System (FMMIS). These changes are all in an effort to reduce the rate of Medicaid Fraud throughout the industry.

Rethink Behavioral Health has announced a strategic partnership with Tellus, an EVV Software System designed to help customers comply with the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration's (AHCA) new EVV requirements.

Rethink’s EVV capabilities through Tellus gives service providers the ability to capture visit start and end times, report their corresponding GPS location, and seamlessly submit these visits to the state Medicaid office and track their statuses.

Customers will be able to meet mandatory compliance requirements quicker, easier and more accurately than ever before.

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Rethink is a technology company built with decades of experience in behavioral health. We offer all-in-one behavioral health solutions for businesses that include video-based RBT training, ABA data collection tools and practice management solutions to meet market demands. They are each robust alone, but even better together.

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Teaching Multiply Controlled Intraverbal Behavior (Webinar)

The analysis of multiple control in the intraverbal relation is critical for moving individuals with autism and related language delays towards naturalistic conversational repertoires.

One area in this analysis is “verbal conditional discriminations,” when multiple verbal stimuli evoke a verbal response, such as answering “parrot” when asked, “What’s an animal that’s red?”. A second area is answering questions about visual stimuli, such as answering “green” when shown a picture of a frog and asked, “What color?”

The presenter will provide definitions, examples, studies, and analyses on these topics.

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