Medicare Accreditation and Home Health Care Accreditation (Private Duty)
If you are a licensed Home Health Care Agency or looking to start a Home Health Care Agency, we can help. It is important to know that as a licensed Home Health Care agency you are limited to private pay unless you seek Home Health Care Accreditation or Medicare Accreditation for your Home Health Care Agency. Without Home Health Care Accreditation or Medicare Accreditation, your client base will be limited. Although there are many oppertunitues for private pay clients, Home Health Care Accreditation and Medicare Accreditation will afford you further oppertunity to broaden your client base and generate higher profit margins.
Medicare Accreditation is required if you are looking to take part in the Medicare program and bill medicare. Medicare Accreditation will also allow you to bill insurance companies as well as take part in your states Medicaid programs. You will want to contact your state to see what Medicaid programs are available and what is required as this is a state program (Medicare & Medicare Accreditation is Federal). You will start by submissing your CMS 855 A Medicare Application. You will then need to choose which Accrediting body you would like to take you through the Medicare Accreditation process. Medicare Accreditation is a difficult process, but you are not alone. Call 21st Century Health Care Consultants today for a no cost consultation. We will describe in full detail the Medicare Accreditation process. We provide all of the required Policies and Procedures and documents for your Home Health Care Agency. Ask our long list of refering clients about our Medicare Accreditation program. We will take your Home Health Care Agency through Medicare Accreditation and provide you and your employees free lifetime training. Medicare Accreditation does not have to be difficult, call us today.
Home Health Care Accreditation (Private Duty)
Private Duty Home Health Care Accreditation is an alternative to moving forward with Medicare Accreditation. Private Duty Home Health Care Accreditation, like Medicare Accreditation, will allow you to bill insurance companies and take part in state provided Medicaid Programs, but will not allow you to bill Medicare. Medicare Accreditation is the only way to bill Medicare. You may be wondering why you would want to go through Private Duty Home Health Care Accreditation. In some states, Medicare Accreditation Applications are not being accepted at this time, making Private Duty Home Health Care Accreditation your only available option. Medicare Accreditation requires capatilization as well, and for this reason, many Home Health Care Agencies choose to move forward with Private Duty Home Health Care Accreditation. Contact 21st Century Health Care Consultants today. We will explaing the entire process and our complete Home Health Care Accreditation and Home Health Care Business Startup Program.
Medicare Accreditation and Private Duty Home Health Care Accreditation | Accrediting Bodies
In order to bill Medicare, Medicaid or Private Insurance Companies, your Home Health Care Agency will need to seek Medicare Accreditation or Private Duty Home Health Care Accreditation (without Medicare). In order to do this, you will need to be surveyed for Medicare Accreditation or Home Health Care Accreditation by one of the Accrediting Bodies. You will want to use one of the recognized Accrediting Bodies, they are CHAP Community Health Accreditation Program, ACHC(Accreditation Commission for Health Care) and JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations). Contact us today for a no cost consultation. We are not a franchise, we are Home Health Care Licensing and Accreditation Consultants.
have specialized in CHAP (The Community Health Accreditation
Program), ACHC (The Accreditation Commission for Health Care) and
JCAHO (Joint Commission) Accreditation Certification for Medicare Accreditation, Medicaid Accreditation, Private Duty Accreditation,
Personal Care, and Companion Care Services.