Home Health Care Business Consultants

Opportunities to start a home health care business continue to grow due to the elderly population and preference of most retired Americans to be cared for in their homes. Starting a home health care business to meet this great demand for home care and home health care services is both rewarding and profitable. Our home health care business consultants will help you start a home health care business without the franchise or royalty fees. 

In a May 7, 2012 article, USA Today News said that the home health care business is one of the top five most profitable businesses in the United States. The article also cited high owner satisfaction and nearly immediate returns on investments made in the home health care business with newer home health care businesses typically averaging 12% to 15% in net profits and an average annual revenue of $248,000. Thanks to high demand, the low overhead and respectable return on investment, home health care, specifically for senior care, is prospering. Our home health care business consultants will help to assure that your home health care business startup grows to be successful. 

A home health care business offers services to the disabled and elderly population. The home health care business will go to the patient’s home to provide home care or home health care services. Our home health care business consultants will provide home health care business training to your home health care business and staff to help understand how to market to and care for our elderly and disabled population.  

Initially, it is very important to understand the distinction between starting a home health care business versus starting a non-medical home care business. Our home health care business consultants will help you to better understand this difference and which home care business startup is right for you. Our home health care business consultants can help you start a home care business or a home health care business. 

A home health care business will administer skilled, licensed nursing and rehab therapy services under physician’s orders with strict guidelines imposed. A home health care business will require extensive home health care licensing and home health care accreditation for Private Duty or Medicare Accreditation. Our home health care business consultants will get your home health care business accredited for CHAP Private Duty or CHAP Medicare Accreditation. Once your home health care business is CHAP Medicare Accredited your home health care business will be able to bill Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance companies.

A non-medical home care business will offer personal care and/or companion care services. A companion care business offers assistance with daily living activities, meal preparation, housekeeping and transportation.

A personal care business is similar to a companion care business, but the personal care business can also touch the client; changing diapers, bathing and performing other hands on activities. The home care businesses are vital for the elderly and disabled population to remain safe and comfortable in their homes. Private pay rather than 3rd party billing sources are the most common form of payment for non-medical home care business, although, a home care business may find opportunity billing Medicaid and other state programs as well as long term care insurance companies.

A non-medical home care business license will typically allow you to take part in Medicaid programs in your state. When a home care business license is not required CHAP Accreditation may be required to take part in Medicaid programs. CHAP Medicare Accreditation is not available to a non-medical home care business. A home care business is not able to bill Medicare as Medicare Accreditation only applies to the skilled nursing offered by a home health care business. If you do wish to bill medicare, please ask our home health care business consultants how your home health care business can achieve CHAP Medicare Accreditation. 

CHAP Medicare Accreditation

To remain competitive, home health care businesses must often revisit their home health care business mission to improve the quality of services and maintain their fiscal viability. To do this effectively, we suggest you consider the benefits of CHAP Medicare Accreditation using the CHAP Accrediting Body for your home health care business. We have had the privilege of helping more than a thousand home health care businesses achieve both Private Duty and CHAP Medicare Accreditation using the CHAP accrediting body.

Start a Home Health Care Business

Our home health care business consultants include a mix of 19 healthcare professionals. This includes former Senior CHAP Accreditation and JCAHO Joint Commission Accreditation site surveyors.

Ask how 100% of our home health care business clients have achieved State licensure, CHAP Accreditation for CHAP Private Duty and CHAP Medicare Accreditation by allowing our home health care business consultants to consult their home health care businesses through the CHAP Medicare Accreditation process using the CHAP Accrediting Body.

 

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Clinical Speaking…

Top 10 CHAP Deficiencies

  The following is a list of the top 10 CHAP deficiencies cited during 2014 surveys.  Listed with the standard description is the number of your policy(s) that supports compliance with the CHAP standard.

Our goal with providing you with this information is to give you an additional edge for your survey.

 

CHAP Standard: Description of standard and policy

CII.7i  : The organization demonstrates compliance with TB exposure control plan (policy #5.30).     

HHII.7a: C omprehensive assessment includes a review of all  current medications, including over-the-counter (OTC) 
 
medications and nutrition supplements (policy #2.53)  

HHII.5h: Orders are signed by the physician within time frames established by state/federal regulations and organizational 
p
olicy, but at least within 30 days (policy #2.21).   

HHII.5k: A copy of the record or abstract is sent with the client if the client is transferred to another facility (policy #2.17).

CIII.1g: Evidence of employee information is maintained in accordance with organization policy and regulatory guides
(policy #4.9).
   

CII.7n: The organization demonstrates compliance with its Infection  Control policies and procedures (site visits to observe
hand washing and bag technique).    

HHII.5j: Client summary reports are sent to the physician at least every 60 days (policy #2.25 and 2.37).    

HHII.8c: The clinical record documentation provides client  information specific to care and services provided (not provided, 
current client status, and progress toward goals
and outcomes of care (policy #2.7, 2.8 and 2.9).

HHII.5n: Care plans are available for each client receiving Home Health Aide services (policy #2.11 and 2.51).

CII.7g: Education and training programs ensure that new employee orientation addresses all aspects of the Exposure 
Control
 Plan and annual training is completed (policy # 5.4 and 5.5).


Rhonda Surgnier RN CMC

Clinical Director 

 

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