Home Care University is your education resource for home care & hospice. Here you will find accreditation information, video recordings of education sessions, executive training information, and resources to help you improve your business models and patient care models.
NAHC’s Online Learning
Home Care University (HCU) is a leading e-learning resource for all home care, home health, therapy, and hospice professionals. Our course offerings include video lectures and interactive learning experiences in:
- Leadership strategy
- Operations management
Full conference registrants of a NAHC conference can get all of its educational content online for free!
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NAHC Web Events
NAHC provides Web Events as a way to learn more about the issues impacting the home care and hospice community. NAHC’s Web Events are live, interactive events that you can view or listen online from your agency, office or home.
What are Web Events?
An interactive session conducted via audio teleconference and the Internet and hosted by industry experts covering topics, best practices and subjects of special interest to our members.
It is essential to establish standards that provide a framework on which to build a quality private duty organization. This framework, based on standards, will ultimately contribute to consumer protection for those served by the private duty home care organizations. This is exactly what is happening within many states right now: the need to put some type of standards in place with possible regulation by the state legislation.
The accreditation process requires an organization to undertake a comprehensive self examination of all aspects of the business. This is accomplished through a self study which serves as a detailed check list for compliance with the standards.
With rapid growth and new business opportunities in private pay home care services, the basic values of home care’s rich heritage must be upheld from the business plan to the daily operations of service delivery to the clients and families. These values include caring, ethics in business, lifelong learning, leadership through service, and promotion of health and independence and peaceful death.