ACHC and AHHD Partner to Connect Those Seeking Home Care with Accredited Providers
Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) announces its partnership with Accredited Home Healthcare Directory (AHHD), an organization dedicated to connecting consumers seeking home care with accredited healthcare providers in their community.
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(Allen Park, Michigan) - Accredited Home Healthcare Directory (AHHD) announced its partnership with Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC), a nationally recognized accreditor for healthcare providers, including home healthcare.
The collaboration provides AHHD members special pricing on ACHC Accreditation for home health, hospice, and private duty programs, as well as discounts on ACHCU educational resources that can help healthcare providers prepare for ACHC Accreditation and stay up-to-date on industry changes through educational webinars and workshops.
"We at Accredited Home Healthcare Directory share a passion with ACHC for accreditation for in-home health care," said Cindy Rogers, CEO for AHHD. "We knew accreditation was necessary prior to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, but now we are convinced it is essential to halting the spread of the virus and preserving lives.
“This partnership between ACHC and Accredited Home Healthcare Directory benefits the homecare agency members by connecting them to those who need care via our online directory at no cost," Rogers said. "This partnership will also serve to promote the vital role accreditation plays in-home healthcare in today's new normal.'"
"It's always great to partner with organizations that understand why accreditation matters," said Ryan Ragan, ACHC Business Development Manager. "AHHD ensures that you have the knowledge and resources needed to make educated decisions regarding your loved one's care."
About Accredited Home Healthcare Directory (AHHD)
The goal of Accredited Home Healthcare Directory is to be a one-stop resource and starting point for consumers seeking care for their loved ones. By connecting those needing care with accredited providers who care, AHHD helps consumers find the best services to meet their needs. AHHD also offers educational resources on the necessity and impact of accreditation as well as other issues facing caregivers and provides supportive resources to those both needing care and providing care. For more information, visit www.accreditedhomehealthcare.directory.
About Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC)
As a nationally recognized accreditor, ACHC offers a broad suite of home health, hospice, and private duty compliance solutions, including accreditation for Home Health Aide, Medical Social Services, Skilled Nursing, Hospice Care, Hospice Inpatient Care, Private Duty Nursing, Private Duty Aide, and Private Duty Companion/Homemaker services. ACHC has CMS deeming authority for Home Health, Hospice, Renal Dialysis, and DMEPOS.
ACHC has over 30 years of experience promoting safe, quality patient care and is known for providing value, integrity, and the industry's best customer service. Providers benefit from our flexible, educational approach, which gives them options tailored to fit their needs. We assist providers throughout the accreditation process by offering access to personal Account Advisors, clinical and regulatory support, and program-specific educational resources. And with no annual fees, ACHC offers cost-effective, competitive pricing to help providers achieve their accreditation goals.
For more information on ACHC Accreditation programs, or to download ACHC Accreditation Standards, please visit http://www.achc.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (855) 937-2242.
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