Learn more about the CHAP Standards of Excellence Revision Process.
Learn more about how CHAP is innovating and leading the way in home and community-based care with the CHAP 2014 Strategic Framework.
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Introducing CHAP LinQ - Linking Innovation and Quality! CHAP LinQ is now live. Find out what your organization needs to know about this exciting launch!
Find a CHAP accredited provider near you using the CHAP Accredited Agency Locator.
Get started on the road to CHAP accreditation by applying online today.
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CHAP offers Home Health accreditation for deemed and non-deemed home health agencies, and accredits more home health providers than any other accrediting organization with deeming authority.
CHAP offers Hospice accreditation for deemed and non-deemed Hospice agencies, and accredits more Hospice providers than any other accrediting organization with deeming authority.
CHAP has full deeming authority from CMS for DMEPOS products and services. Learn more about CHAP Home Medical Equipment accreditation today.
The first low-stress accreditation process we have experienced!
Lynda Bocksthaler - Charlevoix, Michigan, Director Health Department of Northwest Michigan
One year ago, CHAP launched CHAP LinQ – Linking Innovation and Quality, a new primary software solution for all accreditation processes, from the initial application and documentation of the self-study to developing plans of correction and reporting of accreditation decisions.
Help CHAP keep our records current by updating your CHAP LinQ contact information. This will ensure a successful accreditation process and that you receive any relevant communications from CHAP.
We have compiled a list of resources from the federal government and leading associations that provide timely information about identifying the signs and symptoms of the disease, protecting health care personnel and updated guidance as it relates to certain policies and procedures.
Recently, the Medicare Payment Advisory Council (MedPAC) revised its Payment Basics for Home Health, Hospice and Durable Medical Equipment payments.
CHAP has summarized sections of the IMPACT Act that may be of importance to our customers. We will continue to follow the law as it enters the rule-making process and provide updates as they are made available.
Last week, the U.S.Department of Labor (DOL) announced that it will institute a six-month period of non-enforcement of last year’s final ruling to extend minimum wage and overtime protections to home care workers– the same protections provided to most U.S. workers under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
On October 6, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released its proposal to modernize Medicare’s Conditions of Participation (CoPs) for home health agencies. The proposed changes represent the first update to the Home Health Agency (HHA) CoPs since 1989 and respond to numerous changes in the home health industry.
Earlier this week, CHAP along with the Alliance for Home Health Quality and Innovation and a number of other organizations sponsored The Future of Home Health Care workshop in Washington, D.C.
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CHAP is glad to welcome Karen Collishaw, CAE, our newly appointed President and Chief Executive Officer. Read the full press release here.
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