HCAOA’s newest Associate Member, the National Institute for Home Care Accreditation, Inc. (NIHCA) is a national accrediting organization that is focused on promoting competence, professionalism, and ethics to ensure the public trust. This is accomplished by setting standards and qualifications for the delivery of safe essential private duty home care services. The accreditation process strengthens the provider’s credibility and reputation as an accredited organization and makes identifying safe, trusted, and competent care easy.
During a recent webinar with HCAOA, Bobbie Warner RN, BSN, Director of Education with Community Health Accreditation Partner (CHAP), outlined the top 10 deficiencies for home care agencies under current private duty standards. Click here to learn more.