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Home Health Care Business
Start a Home Health Care Business billing Medicare, Medicaid and Private Insurance Companies
As a home health care business, you are able to offer skilled nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy and social work. This varies only in few states such as Georgia and Maryland for example. Operating a home health care business will also enable you to offer non-medical home care business services that a personal care business or companion care business is able to offer. Although we recommend offering non-medical home care business services along with your home health care business offering, there is a reason you are choosing a home health care business over a non-medical home care business. Lets discuss what makes a home health care business the most profitable, rewarding home care business opportunity.
Home Health Care Business vs Non-Medical Home Care Business
Although non-medical home care businesses are highly successful, starting a home health care business will allow you to take advantage of all reimbursement opportunities available. It is easy to be detracted from starting a home health care business as opposed to a personal care business or companion care business. A home health care business will need more staff, working capital and to abide by higher standards than a non-medical home care business. Starting a home health care business will require a slightly higher capitalization requirement as the process is longer to achieve and highly regulated by the state, federal government and accrediting bodies.
Home Health Care Business Medicare Accreditation
A home health care business has the advantage of achieving home health care accreditation, be it Private Duty or Medicare Accreditation. Medicare Accreditation for home health care businesses is a difficult process, but 21st Century Care Providers Home Care Consultants understand this process and have what it takes to assure your home health care business successfully achieved State home health care licensing and Medicare Accreditation. Once your home health care business is Medicare Accredited, you will receive a Medicare Billing Number. Your home health care business at this point can also enroll in Medicaid programs and with insurance companies.
Contact 21st Century Care Health Care Consultants
Call 21st Century Care Health Care Consultants to find out how long this process takes in your state and what you will need to get started. We have all of the answers. Call us today and make your dream of starting a home care business a reality.