Home Health Provider Hub

Resources and benefits for those offering skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, aide services, and medical social work provided to patients in their homes.

Medicare is the largest payer for home health services.

To be eligible for Medicare’s home health benefit, beneficiaries must be in need of skilled nursing care on an intermittent basis (including physical therapy or speech-language pathology) or have a continuing need for occupational therapy to treat their illnesses or injuries and must be unable to leave their homes without considerable effort.

Medicare pays a predetermined payment rate for a 30-day period of home health care. The bundled payment covers all items and services, with the exclusion of durable medical equipment provided to the beneficiary during the 30-day period. There is no limit to the number of days for which a beneficiary is entitled to home health care and Medicare does not require copayments or a deductible for home health services.

The majority of patients prefer to receive care at home instead of in institutional settings, and home health care can be provided at lower costs than institutional care.

NAHC supports its members in several ways. NAHC advocates for home health care providers through Congressional members and federal regulators to promote the value of home health care. Educational opportunities are offered throughout the year and a multitude of resources are available to assist providers with day-to-day operations.

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2023-2024 Home Care Salary & Benefit Report

The Home Care and Hospice Reports are the only national compensation studies available exclusively for home health and hospice.  Compare marketplace data for 60+ jobs and 18 benefits.  Includes salary, hourly, and per visit data.  Covers CEO, CFO, and Case Manager to RN, LPN, HCA, MSW, PT, OT, ST, Medical Director, Office Support staff and more!  Data are reported by auspice, profit type, revenue, state, and CBSA.

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Through the HHFMA Mentorship program I have had several formal and informal conversations with my assigned mentor. This has provided the opportunity to evaluate and achieve my career goals within the industry – like being appointed to the HHFMA Workgroup. The knowledge I have gained since joining the industry has been extensive and the HHFMA Mentorship program has played a major role in my career development. I will continue to contribute to the success of this initiative, including becoming a mentor myself.

RJ Gagnon

CFO, Androscoggin Home Health and Hospice

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