Dallas, TX (July 16, 2020) – KanTime, a leader in the post-acute EMR and Electronic Visit Verification industry, signs a strategic partnership with Visiting Aid to leverage their Verification Organization status in the State of New York, as a preferred partner. KanTime continues to expand its footprint in the NY Medicaid market with this partnership.

KanTime is pairing it’s world-class solutions with Visiting Aid as an authority for VO services to deliver New York agencies with a powerful seamless solution to handle all lines of business within the post-acute market. This means that New York agencies have another option to support their care delivery.

Kristen Duell, KanTime’s EVP of Business Development explained, “Partnering with Visiting Aid provides our current KanTime customers in NY with a seamless experience, and one where they can rest assured that they are meeting compliance guidelines as outlined by OMIG in New York State. This also gives agencies another option to leverage a solution that covers the entire post-acute market, seamlessly.”

KanTime’s Enterprise platform supports agencies from the point of referral through intake and into clinical documentation, resulting in seamless billing and quality measures. Our EVV is CURES Act compliant and captures all the required information including type of service performed, the record of the individual receiving the service, date of service provided, location of service delivery, staff providing the service, and the start and end times of the service. Thousands of caregivers utilize the KanTime Mobile application, available online and offline, to easily capture all required EVV information and more such as the geolocation, client signature, tasks performed, and client voice recordings.

John Randone, COO and Founder of Visiting Aid shared, “Our role as a Medicaid Service Bureau and approved Verification Organization is to ensure the proper deployment and integration of Electronic Visit Verification services in New York. We are excited to endorse KanTime’s enterprise solution for homecare providers in our State.”

KanTime will continue to take a leadership role in providing our current customers with alignment in our ever-changing industry, and a big part of that is finding excellent partners like Visiting Aid.


About KanTime:

KanTime Healthcare Software is an American based healthcare technology company that is the fastest-growing post-acute software provider in the nation with over 500,000 patients, 120,000 users, $5.1B in processed claims, and 32M annual visits. We provide cloud-based enterprise software to home health, hospice, pediatric, private duty, and consumer directed services agencies. KanTime helps agencies improve clinical compliance, increase operations efficiency, and achieve financial success. KanTime works seamlessly on any point of care device be it iOS, Android, or Windows-based, both online and offline. Additionally, KanTime offers robust business intelligence tools that allow upper-level management to drill down into various clinical, financial, and operational KPIs and act accordingly. For more information visit our website.


About Visiting Aid:

Visiting Aid, LLC is a registered Medicaid Service Bureau and an approved Verification Organization (VO) in New York State. The company provides a cloud based data store for community-based homecare providers to process electronic means of verified services for pre-claim review. This includes but is not limited to contemporaneous telephony verification or contemporaneous electronic data to verify whether a service or item was provided to an eligible Medicaid recipient. The company also offers in house practice management solutions for homecare providers to facilitate daily operations, electronic visit verification (EVV) solutions and integrated institutional billing.

Visiting Aid does not need to be the contracted vendor for EVV services, however the company must ensure the proper deployment and integration of outside EVV vendors in accordance with New York State Social Services Law and the 21st Century CURES Act.