Welcome to the Private Duty Homecare Association
The Private Duty Homecare Association (PDHCA) was established by the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC). It is a trade association of home care providers dedicated to helping the ill and disabled remain in their own homes. PDHCA services will focus on providing valuable information to its members, including help in understanding federal guidelines, financial management assistance, networking, business strategy meetings, certification and accreditation, and new product offerings. PDHCA is designed to answer all the questions that private duty home care providers may have regarding their businesses and practices.
Here is a list of types of Private Duty Homecare.
What is Private Duty Home Care
Private Duty home care organizations provide broad range of services from medical and nursing care to bill paying and transportation services. Their goal is to provide whatever the aged, ill or disabled or their families need in order for their loved ones to remain in independence where they most want to be-in their homes.
NEWS: NAHC Comments on the Affordable Care Act Employer Mandate Requirement
The Administration announced on Tuesday, July 2, that it is postponing for one year the requirement that employers with 50 or more full-time employees provide health insurance to such employees or face significant monetary penalties. “We are grateful that the Obama Administration has heard the cries of small employers who want very much to comply with the provisions of the ACA but simply cannot do so,” stated NAHC President Val J. Halamandaris. “Postponing the effective date for imposing a penalty of $2,000 per employee on companies who do not provide them with health care coverage is a good start but it is only a delay on the way to a permanent solution.”
To view NAHC press release, click here.