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Specific Requirements for Opening a Home Health Care Agency in Tennessee
How to open a Home Health Care Agency in Tennessee.
How to open a Hospice Home Care Agency in Tennessee.
Tennessee Home Health Policy and Procedure manuals.
The following Information is provided to you by 21st Century Health Care Consultants on how to open a Tennessee Personal Support Services Agency guaranteeing both licensure and accreditation. If you are interested in opening a home health care agency in Tennessee, Please call us. Our turn-key start-up up programs include the completion of all Tennessee state license and Medicare required forms and documents, accreditation, consulting and lifetime training for your Tennessee Personal Support Services Agency. We have assisted more than 1,000 Companion Care Agencies and Personal Care Agencies business with their non-medical home care business start-ups.
How do I open a Tennessee Personal Support Services Agency?
Do you want to start a non-medical Personal Support Services Agency (PSSA) in Tennessee 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 Tennessee visit us at www.1stproviders.com.
How do I open a Tennessee Skilled Home Health Care Agency that is Medicare Accredited?
A Certificate of Need is required in the State of Tennessee. In the State of Tennessee it is required that a petition/business needs analysis is presented and approved in order to receive a Certificate of Need enabling one to open a Skilled Home Health Care Agency.
For more information about how to open a Skilled Home Health Care Agency in Tennessee, please visit us at www.1staccreditation.com
How do I open a Hospice Home Care Agency in Tennessee?
A Certificate of Need is required in the Tennessee of Tennessee. In the Tennessee of Tennessee it is required that a petition/business needs analysis is presented and approved in order to receive a Certificate of Need enabling one to open a Hospice Home Care Agency.
For more information about how to open a Hospice Home Care Agency in Tennessee, visit us at www.hospiceconsulting-services.com
Tennessee Home Health Policy and Procedure Manuals
Are you a Personal Care , private duty or home health care agency in need of Tennessee 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 Tennessee. Our home health care policy and procedure manuals guarantee that your home health care or home health care agency will successfully achieve Tennessee 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 Tennessee site survey, Private Duty or Medicare Accreditation site audits.
For more information about policies and procedures manuals written to meet Tennessee state requirements, visit us at www.homehealthmanuals.com.
Tennessee Department of Health
HEALTH SERVICES AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
Andrew Jackson Building, Ninth Floor
502 Deaderick Street
Nashville, TN 37243
The Tennessee Health Services and Development Agency is responsible for regulating the health care industry in Tennessee through the Certificate of Need Program. A Certificate of Need (“CON”) is a permit for the establishment or modification of a health care institution, facility or service, purchase of major medical equipment, or establishment of certain services at a designated location. The CON program serves as a growth management and cost savings tool since it requires certain health providers to establish the need for new services and facilities before the providers will be allowed to build facilities, becomes licensed, or conduct certain business. The CON program assures that health care projects are accomplished in an orderly, economical manner, consistent with the development of adequate and effective healthcare for the people of Tennessee. These duties were previously performed by the Health Facilities Commission.
Tennessee Association for Home Care
P.O. Box 140087
Nashville, TN. 37214-0087
The Tennessee Association for Home Care represents Home Health Agencies, Hospice Organizations, Personal Support Service Agencies, Professional Service Agencies and other individuals or businesses that allow consumers the CHOICE of remaining at HOME for short or long term quality care. Providing care with compassion, TAHC Member Homecare Companies allow people to receive care where they want it… in their homes, surrounded by their family and friends.