Start a Home Care Business in Vermont with Unlimited Growth and Potential
If there is a growing need for home care and home health care businesses in Vermont due to the ever increasing rate of the elderly population a certificate of need is required to operate a home care or home health business in Vermont. Approval of Certificate of Need is required before we can assist with starting a business in Vermont.
Unfortunately we do not offer Certificate of Need services this will have to be completed before contracting.
Imagine starting a home care or home health care business in Vermont. Imagine the unlimited growth and potential of owning your own home care business in Vermont. Can you envision yourself owing your very own home care business? If so, call our Vermont home health care consultants today and we will get started on your home care license in Vermont and provide you with everything you need for success!
Now is the best time ever to start your very own home care or home health care business in Vermont.
There is more than just one way to grow your home care or home health care business in Vermont.
Our Vermont Home Care Consultants will help you to start a home care or home health care business with a business model that allows you to take on not just non-medical personal care and companion care patients, but home health care patients in need of skilled nursing and therapy services as well after Certificate of Need approval.
Whether you want to bill home care and home health care business services to Medicaid, , Private Insurance, or simply Private Pay, our Vermont Home Care Consultants will help you to achieve your goals after Certificate of Need approval.
What other types of home care businesses can Certified Homecare Consulting help me start in Vermont?
Here are some examples of the home care and home health care businesses, as well as other businesses models Certified Homecare Consulting can help you start in Vermont after Certificate of Need approval.
Lifetime support for your home care business in Vermont
Certified Homecare Consulting has offered lifetime consulting and training to all of our clients since we helped to start our first home care business in Vermont. We provide the best home care and home health care operational and marketing training and education in the industry. It’s not even a competition.
We own home care and home health care business, and it shows in our expertise. Want to start a home care or home health care business in Vermont but don’t know what to do next? Choose Certified Homecare Consulting and start your home care business in Vermont the right way!
We provide a dedicated account manager who will coach you and hold your hand through the entire process of starting your home care business in Vermont.
The Certified Homecare Consultant assigned to your Vermont home care business is not a motivational speaker or a life coach. You will be paired with an expert who knows all of the ins and outs of starting a home care or home health care business in Vermont. Everyone you work with at Certified Homecare Consulting is an employee of ours – we do not contract our employees. We are the best the industry has to offer if you are looking for a partner to help you successfully start a home care or home health care business without home care franchise fees or hidden costs.
Understanding the home care and home health care license process in Vermont
We leave no stone unturned, completing all of the home care and/or home health care licensing requirements in Vermont on your behalf after Certificate of Need approval. We complete the Vermont home care license requirements, provide your agency with Vermont home care policies and procedures, and provide all of the other forms and documents you will need to get a home care license or a home health care license in Vermont after Certificate of Need approval.
We guarantee your home care and home health care license in Vermont after Certificate of Need approval. If you would like more information on how this works, call us today.
Home care policy and procedure manuals for your Vermont home care business
Our home care and home health care policy and procedure manuals and completely customized for your agency and written and prepared by our team of home health care consultants.
Our home health care consultants understand Vermont regulations and know what it takes to get a home care license in Vermont and start a successful home care business.
We guarantee our home care and home health care policies and procedures manuals will not only meet your needs, but pass all state license scrutiny in Vermont. Best of all, we are always just a phone call away if you have any questions.
Private Duty for home care and home health care or Certification and Accreditation for your Home Health Care Business in Vermont
Unless your vision for your Vermont home care business is strictly a private pay home care business, you will want to achieve Private Duty or Certification and Accreditation.
The reason for achieving accreditation is that most Medicaid Programs and third party payers require some form of accreditation as a prerequisite for credentialing as a service provider.
If you want to bill , your home health care agency must be just that, a health care agency providing skilled nursing services. does not apply to non-medical home care and a home care agency is not able to bill . If you would like to start a home health care agency in Vermont and bill , you will need to achieve Certification and Accreditation. Certified Homecare Consulting can help.
Compliance Audits, Licensure, & Accreditation Preparation
Have peace of mind knowing that Certified Homecare Consulting will go above and beyond to make sure your home care or home health care business is licensed and accredited. Our consultants review everything your agency has completed up until the point of survey and mock survey your agency prior to the actual license and accreditation surveys.
Not only have we been consulting new home care and home health care businesses for many years, but we have been and continue to operate successful home health care agencies today in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.
How will your home health care business get paid as a provider?
- Medicaid Waiver Programs
- Long and Short Term Insurance
- Workers Compensation
- VA Programs
- Private Pay
- Grants – Coal Miners, Peat Lung, etc.
- Third Party Insurance -BCBS, CCA, Aetna, etc.
Home Health Care Training in Vermont
We bring our home care and home health care training to Vermont by way of ongoing training and consulting telephonically, and by video. Of course, you are always welcome to visit us onsite at our office.
If you are achieving Accreditation it is vital that we visit your Vermont home health care agency in person to conduct a hands on mock accreditation audit. Our process is tried and true, and our home health care training is top notch.
Home Health Care Training and Clinical Support
Our nurses are here for you. Imaging having a home health care consulting firm and a team of nurses on call any time you need them. This is who we are and all for just one small fee. You pay us just one time for our services and our clinical support and training is a tool for your home health care business to use now and forever. Give us a call today to learn more.
Specialty Programs like Telehealth and Fall Prevention will give you the upper hand
Telehealth is a simple, cheap solution to give your home care or home health care agency a cutting edge. These types of programs help your agency to appeal to and attract not only patients, but their families and referral sources.
Imaging walking into an outpatient facility with brochures detailing your telehealth program, fall prevention program, and others. You will not just be another Vermont Home Care Business, you will be the best home health care business in Vermont!
Marketing your home health care business in Vermont
As owners of home health care agencies, let us tell you the honest truth. YOU NEED GOOD MARKETERS!!! For many of you, you will be your first marketer.
There is no way around this. No consultant, franchise, or anyone else can replicate, duplicate, or mimic the success your home health care business will have in Vermont with a home health care marketer that knows the area in Vermont that you live in. If you are in Windsor, you need a marketer with connections to referral sources and others in Windsor. If you are in Windham – same thing, and etc., etc.
Aside from having amazing talent to market to the local community door to door, there are other important factors to marketing to help you achieve the success you are looking for. All of these factors are covered in our world class home care and home health care marketing training.
In our home care and home health care marketing training, you will learn where to go, what to say, who to say it to, how to say it, and so much more.
Aside from our home care and home health care marketing training, your home health care business will receive printed and electronic materials, a website, and promotional items to market your home health care business in Vermont. All of these items are customized for your agency.
We are going to:
- Create your name, brochures, and business cards
- Brand your business
- Build your website
- Create an internet presence
- Show you how to market
- Show you where to market
- Show you how to succeed
Home Care and Home Health Care Business Resources in Vermont
Vermont Certificate of Need Information
Vermont Department of Public Health ( MED)
Vermont Association for Health Services at Home
Vermont Department of Health
Vermont Home Health Care Licensing Division
Important Links for Home Health Care Agencies in Vermont
National Home Care Facts & Statistics
National Hospice Facts & Statistics
Reporting Fraud and Abuse -OIG
Filing Complaint against a Home Health Care Agency
Hiring Private Home Care Workers
Accreditation Commission for Health Care, Inc. (ACHC)
Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP)
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospital Organizations
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Centers for and Medicaid Services (CMS)
National Patient Safety Foundation