Specific Requirements for Opening a
Home Health Care Agency in Ohio


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How to open a Home Health Care Agency in Ohio.

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Ohio Home Health Policy and Procedure manuals.

The following Information is provided to you by 21st Century Health Care Consultants on how to open a Ohio Home Care Agency, Home Health Care Agency or Home Hospice Agency, guaranteeing both licensure and accreditation. If you are interested in opening a home health care agency in Ohio, Please call us. Our turn-key start-up up programs include the completion of all Ohio state license and Medicare required forms and documents, accreditation, consulting and lifetime training for your Ohio Home Care, Home Health Care, or Home Hospice business.  We have assisted more than 1,000 Companion Care Agencies, Personal Care Agencies and Home Health Care business with their medical and non medical home care business start-ups.

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How do I open a Ohio Non-Medical Personal Care Agency?

Do you want to start a non-medical Personal Care Agency in Ohio offering personal care or companion care services? 21st Century Care Providers Home Care Consultants will assist you with the entire process from start-up and beyond. We insure your success and NO Franchise Fees, NO ongoing Royalty Charges and NO land lock restrictions. Your non-medical home care business start-up is in good hands with 21st Century Home Care Providers.

For more information about how to open a Non-Medical Personal Care Agency in Ohio visit us at www.1stproviders.com.

How do I open a Ohio Skilled Home Health Care Agency that is Medicare Accredited?

Our New Agency start-up Program is designed to assist and provide you with everything you need to establish your very own Home Health Care Agency. 21st Century Health Care Consultants employs a team approach to assisting individuals with opening new Home Health Care Agencies. We are focused on the critical issues of organizational performance, strategy development, licensure and accreditation, interim management, executive coaching, and the many other challenges Home Health Care Agencies in Ohio face every day. You will be able to provide a wide range of health and social services to persons recovering from an illness or injury, or persons who are disabled and/or chronically ill. Our Home Health Care start-up program will enable you to provide medical services such as nursing, social services, and therapeutic treatments (physical, speech, occupational therapy).

For more information about how to open a Skilled Home Health Care Agency in Ohio, please visit us at www.1staccreditation.com

How do I open a Hospice Home Care Agency in Ohio?

We understand the importance of developing effective partnerships and how it is final critical component for long-term success. Our Hospice consulting program provides our clients with a complete understanding of all Hospice home care requirements. Through years of Hands on experience our Hospice consultants have a complete understanding of Hospice Home Care and how to set up and help you operate your own successful Hospice Agency. We are experts in clinical and operational requirements needed to maximize your organizations performance.  We will  work with your team to fully understand the big picture of your new Hospice agency. Health care leaders have chosen 21st Century Health Care Consultants for results that lead to improved quality, reimbursement, clinical and operational outcomes.

For more information about how to open a Hospice Home Care Agency in Ohio, visit us at www.hospiceconsulting-services.com.

Ohio Home Health Policy and Procedure Manuals

Are you a Personal Care , private duty or home health care agency in need of Ohio specific policy and procedure manuals?  Do you need home care policy and procedures manuals for accreditation for CHAP, ACHC or Medicare?  Our home care policy and procedure manuals are written and customized to meet your home health care agency’s needs and the requirements for the state of Ohio. Our home health care policy and procedure manuals guarantee that your home health care or home health care agency will successfully achieve Ohio home health care licensure as well as Medicare or Private Duty Accreditation.

Our team of 20 full time employees, including 5 Master prepared Registered Nurses are available to consult with your home care agency regarding your home care policy and procedure manuals should you have any issues during your state site survey, Private Duty or Medicare Accreditation site audits.

For more information about policies and procedures manuals written to meet Ohio state requirements, visit us at www.homehealthmanuals.com.

Ohio Resources


Ohio Department of Health Community Health Care Facilities & Services

246 North High Street, 2nd Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Telephone: (614) 995-7466
Fax: (614) 564-2475

Through a program of regulatory oversight involving onsite surveys, inspections, and investigations, the Bureau of Community Health Care Facilities and Services serves and protects the consumers of the services of health care providers (those who care for patients) and suppliers (those who furnish goods and services used in care and treatment) whose operations are not considered long term care. In addition to federally certified provider/suppliers and state-licensed only health care facilities or programs, the bureau has regulatory oversight responsibilities for: hospital maternity units and newborn care nurseries; maternity homes; freestanding birthing centers; and monitoring safety standards and quality care for designated hospital services. To fulfill its mission, roles, and functions, the bureau is organized with a professional staff of managers and field surveyor/inspectors who hold licenses in the state of Ohio either as a registered nurse, licensed social worker, or registered sanitarian, and also includes administrative support staff. The bureau performs its roles and functions related to Medicare survey and certification as an agent of the federal government’s Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) under the authority of section 1864 of the Social Security Act. The authority for state-related regulatory functions comes from the Ohio Revised Code.


Ohio Health Care Association

55 Green Meadows Drive South
Lewis Center, Ohio 43035
Phone: 614.436.4154
Fax: 614.436.0939

The Ohio Health Care Association (OHCA) is proud to represent more than 800 nursing facilities, assisted living communities and intermediate care facilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities (ICFs-IID). The Association was established in 1946 to meet the needs of the state’s growing number of long-term care professionals, which today totals more than 100,000 exceptional men and women who care for Ohio’s most frail and vulnerable citizens. As an information and education resource to Ohio’s long-term care providers, their suppliers, consultants and to the public at large, OHCA performs a necessary and vital service. OHCA works hard to keep our members informed about the laws and regulations governing the profession. In addition, OHCA strives to identify and communicate best practices in order to ensure continued quality improvement in long-term care. OHCA also works on behalf of the general public, educating state legislators, government officials, the media and consumers on the pressing issues surrounding our profession and the advancements we have made in the delivery of care and services.