Do You Need Medical Training for your Home Care Business?

Our Home Health Care Consulting Company stands alone in providing home health care training and support programs.  We are committed to delivering top-notch training, and support to help launch and maintain the smooth operation of your business. If you're already a client, our Home Health Care Bootcamps are a complimentary benefit, ensuring support and consultation.

For as long as your home health care company is in operation, you and your staff can attend our home health care bootcamp at no additional cost. Each training seminar spans four days of intensive learning and occurs quarterly, providing consistent opportunities for your expanding team.

Our home health care bootcamp covers both administrative and clinical aspects of managing a home health care business. Topics range from Medicare Reimbursement and Oasis Transmittal to effective marketing strategies. You'll acquire the essential marketing skills to establish a competitive presence among other home health care providers in your area, along with customer service expertise to retain existing clients and attract new ones.

Post-home health care boot camp, your agency will be well-equipped to operate effectively, efficiently, and in compliance with home health care laws and regulations.

Enlighten Your Home Care Journey

Medical Home Care Training Outline

With our Home Health Care Training program, your agency is welcome to attend any of our Home Health Care Training Seminars as long as the doors of your agency remain open…in other words, for the lifetime of your business. Click on the button below to discover some of the topics we cover at our amazing 4-day training sessions.

Some Topics Covered

  • Accreditation Commission for Health Care
  • Business Beginnings: Being the Boss, Functions of Leaders
  • Business Development: Branding and Marketing
  • Completing a 485/Plan of Care (Group Breakout Sessions)
  • Financial Considerations
  • Getting Paid Correctly: How to Code and Bill HIPAA Compliance
  • Home Health Compliance (Accreditation Standards and Conditions of Participation)
  • Human Resources (Personnel Files)
  • Insurance Requirements
  • Keys to Great Customer Service
  • Making a Marketing Call
  • Medicaid Waivers and Insurance Credentialing Opportunities
  • Operational Software
  • The Power of People: Hiring Protocols and the Interview Process
  • Quality Outcomes, Plan of Care, and Documentation
  • Referral and Admissions Process
  • Required Documents for Certification Period
  • Review Operational Office: Requirements, Policies, and Procedures
  • Veterans’ Programs and Other Government-Funded Patient Resources
  • Website Development/Search Engine Optimization