Home Health & Hospice

Get the Latest Home Health Aide On-the-Go In-service Series!

Homecare Insider, November 25, 2013

Every year, home health aides must satisfy 12 hours of in-service training. With today’s irregular, part-time schedules, making sure they complete their required in-services can be a never-ending chore. Now you can satisfy Medicare’s annual 12-hour aide in-service requirement without bringing your staff into the office for training.

Home Health Aide On-the-Go In-service, Volume XIII provides authoritative, comprehensive, yet easy-to-understand training for self-study or the classroom.

The training is flexible, so aides can learn at their own pace at a time that is convenient for them. Even if they miss your regular in-services they can still get the training they need. Each lesson provides one hour of study on a homecare-specific topic. This 12-lesson volume fulfills one year of Medicare’s annual requirement of 12 in-service training hours.

Here’s a look at our Volume XIII lessons:

  • Accountability and Professionalism
  • Anxiety
  • Assistive Devices
  • Bathing and Grooming
  • Caring for Bedbound Patients
  • Clostridium Difficile
  • HHCAHPS and Patient Satisfaction
  • Pressure Ulcers and Skin Tears
  • Sepsis
  • Time Management
  • Understanding HIPAA
  • Workplace Injuries

For more information on this valuable training resource, click here.