LaSRS Training Test

User ID: Date:03/20/2019

  1. What does EVV stand for:
    Electronic Visitation Violations
    Electronic Visit Verification
    Eligible Visit Verification
  2. The purpose of an EVV system is to verify:
    That individuals are receiving the services authorized in their plans of care
    Reduce inappropriate billing/payment
    Safeguard against fraud
    All of the above
  3. What does LaSRS stand for:
    Louisiana Standard Report Services
    Louisiana Services for Reporting Stuff
    Louisiana Service Reporting System
  4. EVV means a system that can verify:
    Who received the service, the date of the service, who provided the service
    The consumers address, the consumer’s phone number, the consumer diagnosis
    Who received the services, the time the service begins and ends, the consumer’s authorized representative.
  5. What color is the check IN button:
    Green
    Red
    Gold
  6. What color is the check OUT button:
    Green
    Red
    Gold
  7. Using EVV Is optional for DSW’s:
    True
    False
  8. I will only have one user name no matter how many agencies I work for:
    True
    False
  9. When relieving a co-worker, let them clock out before you clock in:
    True
    False
  10. If I need extra time, I can clock in before my shift starts when I get to the home, even if the other DSW is clocked in:
    True
    False
  11. If my consumer is approved for 26 hours a week and I clock in for 32 hours, I will be paid for:
    26 hours
    32 hours
    18 hours
  12. Even if you use LaSRS, you still have to complete the corresponding documentation:
    True
    False
  13. MeIf I am clocked in at the same time as my co-worker, which one gets paid:
    Me
    Coworker
    Neither
  14. There is no way for me to know if there are issues with my time in the LaSRS system:
    True
    False
  15. On a scale of 1 to 10, how important is LaSRS?
    5
    3
    10