EVV Third-Party Information

The Department of Community Health (DCH) has created a variety of materials to support third-party vendor integration with the State’s EVV solution, operated by Tellus. In order to ensure compliance with Federally-mandated EVV requirements and a smooth implementation, DCH requests that third-party vendors work closely with DCH and Tellus. We will be adding new information to the website regularly. Check back often for updates!

Third Party Vendor Attestation

Georgia DCH has selected Tellus, www.4tellus.com, as the State selected EVV system and is making this system available at no cost to you. DCH allows providers to select their own EVV system or continue using their current EVV systems however the provider is responsible for any costs associated with using the alternate EVV system. 
It is the provider’s responsibility to ensure their selected EVV system meets both DCH and the 21st Century Cures Act requirements. For this reason, you as the provider, are required to complete a  Download this pdf file. Third Party Attestation found here . Completed forms should be sent to DCH at evv.medicaid@dch.ga.gov.
Your vendor must also complete the  Download this pdf file. Third Party Attestation found here , and return the completed form to Tellus at integrations@4tellus.com.

Please continue to visit the DCH website for the latest information regarding EVV and Third Party Vendor integrations.

Additional Tellus EVV Training Materials

Once you, as a Provider, have registered and have access to the Georgia EVV solution, Tellus EVV, you will be able to access additional training materials including Tellus user guides and on-demand short videos for specific issues and training topics.

You will not be able to access these user guides and on-demand videos until you have completed registration and logged in to the solution.

To access those materials, click here.

Let us know if you’d like to see other details added or if you have a question.