Our home care policy and procedures for Vermont are unique to the home care industry. Our format is digital and we combine hyperlinks within the crosswalks, for easy navigation. Our home care policy and procedure manuals are created to meet your home care business needs and requirements.
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1. We stand behind our home care policy and procedures. If you get any deficiencies in your home care audit, we will make certain we complete the plan of correction for federal and state. Our home care policy and procedures are complete, easy to use, and offer the best value in the market.
2. We are a preferred partner with Community Health Accreditation Partner (CHAP). All our home care policies and procedures are pre-approved. This reduces the time for their survey by a day, saving you money and precious time.
3. Our home care policy and procedures include the following:
4. Many other companies will sell templates not specific to your state. Using these generic manuals opens up your agency to liability and lawsuits. Our home care policy and procedures are created using best practices and protect you and your home care business. Your home care policy and procedures will ensure that your staff is sticking to home care industry best practices, and is fully compliant.
5. If you purchase our home care policy and procedures and have questions during your state license survey, our registered nurses will answer any questions you may have and provide advice and direction for the situation. This ensures that you avoid any deficiencies that may arise.
Starting a home care agency in Vermont is a great investment in both time and money. You will have peace of mind knowing that our home care policy and procedures will get you licensed and accredited without issue.
Contact our home health care consultants today to ask about your home care business license requirements in Vermont, home care license application, Medicare application, or other home care policy and procedure requirements.
For more information about policies and procedures manuals written to meet state requirements in Vermont, visit us at homehealthmanuals.com.
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