Top National Organizations for Home Care Agencies

Phoenix Home Care & Hospice strives to create a culture of compassion, honesty, and patience with everyone we meet. We hold ourselves accountable to each other, our clients, and to our communities. A lot has been said about government regulations, masking orders, and guidelines for protecting people from COVID-19 (the coronavirus) over the past six months. As such, today’s blog talks about the top national industry organizations for home care agencies such as Phoenix.

National Association for Home Care & Hospice

The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) is the largest professional association representing the interests of home care professionals and their clients. It’s a trade association representing more than 33,000 home care and hospice organizations. The overall aim is to protect and advance the highest quality of health care at home.

Home Care Association of America

The Home Care Association of America (HCAOA) is America’s first association for providers of home care. The organization strengthens its members through advocacy, education, and research. HCAOA empowers all those in need to live their best lives wherever they call home.

Partnership for Quality Home Healthcare

The Partnership for Quality Home Healthcare (PQHH) says, “There’s no place like home.” We can’t help but agree at Phoenix Home Care & Hospice. The PQHH represents community- and hospital-based home healthcare agencies to develop innovative reforms while improving the quality and integrity of care. The industry group notes there are more than 500,000 home health workers across the country, serving more than 3.5 million Medicare beneficiaries. These numbers are only expected to grow as Baby Boomers retire.

Private Duty Homecare Association

The Private Duty Homecare Association is a national professional organization consisting of private duty home care providers who help patients all across the country. The PDHA is an offshoot of the NAHC. The PDHA believes that all persons should be able to live as independently and safely as possible at home with qualified assistance from caring staff. 

All of these organizations help advocate for home healthcare agencies. But they also serve as resources. If you have any questions about home health agencies such as Phoenix, getting in touch with these organizations can help answer your questions if you want a third-party perspective not tied to any single healthcare provider.

Phoenix Home Care 

Phoenix Home Care & Hospice believes your best days are still ahead. We want you to live your life at home and stay as comfortable as possible surrounded by familiarity and family. Contact Phoenix Home Care or call toll-free 1-888-830-2388 if you have questions about our services.

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