• NH Law Changes Aug. 25

    A new State law takes effect this month requiring all licensed health facilities to have a drug-free work place policy. Home care agencies should review their current policy to assure it meets the new requirements.  Need help revising your policy? The US Department of Labor has an excellent interactive tool to assist employers.

    New Hampshire State Law Create a Drug Free Policy
  • OASIS C-1 Webinar To Be Offered Sept. 16

    Prepare for the OASIS changes this fall with our one-hour webinar, taught by Joan Usher, on Sept 16, from 2 to 3p.m.

    Protect your case mix! Learn about changes from OASIS C to OASIS C-1, as well as review changes to data collection at discharge.  Register today.

    OASIS C-1 Brochure
  • RCTC Learn brochure

    Expanded Online Education Offered to Members

    Members can now access an array of Online Education Programs designed specifically for home care staff through RCTC Learn.  This e-learning program has been developed by national experts to offer course topics specifically tailored for each member of the home care team.

    RCTC Learn Brochure
  • Should I Hire an Agency or Individual?

    When a loved one needs assistance at home, families often “ask around” for recommendations of caregivers or helpers.
    There are big differences between hiring an agency or an individual — supervision, qualifications, background checks, insurance, and tax implications.

    Learn More
  • Back to the Future

    ICD 9 Coder Education

    Join veteran educator Joan Usher on an overview of how to utilize ICD – 9 CM guidelines correctly, and how coding impacts agency payments. View the series on YOUR schedule now through Sept 15.

     
    ICD 9 Coder Registration  

  • Regulatory Alert
  • OASIS C-1
  • Education
  • Agency or Individual?
  • ICD 9 Coder Education

Welcome to the Home Care Association of New Hampshire

The Home Care Association of New Hampshire is a non-profit membership organization that enhances the ability of home care agencies to provide the best care possible to New Hampshire residents. We fulfill our mission through education, advocacy, leadership and networking.

We help families and other health care providers by offering information about home health options and resources to connect them to home care agencies in their communities.

The Home Care Association offers home care agencies on-site and distance education programs; affinity groups for collegial sharing of best practices; regulatory updates; and advocacy in Washington, DC and at the State House. Members can also participate in shared savings programs for products and services, including workers compensation insurance.

For Home Care Agencies in NH Members Only Become a Member

Referrals for home care can come from multiple sources including nursing homes, hospital discharge planners, physician offices or community mental health providers.   Click here to find home care agencies serving patients in your area. Under our Providers page, you will find information regarding Medicaid, Medicare (including the Homebound and Face-to-Face requirements), links to CMS and other helpful information.

Resources for Referring Providers Search NH Home Care Providers

There’s no place like home!  It’s no surprise that most people prefer the comfort of their home while recovering from an illness or injury, coping with a chronic condition or  reaching that time of life when they need assistance.

Home care agencies help people who need health care or supportive services at home.  We provide an array of services to clients of all ages. Use the Find a Home Care Agency search function on the right side of this page for information on the agencies that deliver different types of home care in New Hampshire’s communities.

Consumer and Family Information Search NH Home Care Providers

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