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This curriculum provides you with the required courses to attain your certification as a Post-Acute Care Certified Health Homecare Practitioner. It awards 21.25 hours of CE.Duration: The course can be taken at your own pace and completed within 30 days from the time of purchase. After completion of the course, you can start utilizing the credentials PACCHCP.Benefits of certification: Recognition by Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Communities, Hospice, Palliative Care and Home Care programs as a health care professional dedicated to providing superior care to patients. Certification validates your knowledge and skills to promote care transitions, care coordination, and avoidable readmissions. As a PACCHCP you will be recognized and respected by your peers and supervisors as a healthcare professional who has committed to raising the bar by taking a challenging curriculum for Post Acute Care.1. HIPAA2. Ethical Considerations for Palliative Care3. Corporate Compliance4. Care Coordination5. Writing and Following Doctor's Orders6. Preventing, Recognizing, and Reporting Patient Abuse7. Patients' Rights8. Developing an Interdisciplinary, Individualized Plan of Care9. QAPI10. Home Health Basics11. Basic Supervisory Skills12. Alzheimer's Disease & Related Disorders13. Prevention of Pressure Ulcers14. Urinary Incontinence15. Medication Reconciliation16. Empowering Clients Through ADLs17. Workplace Safety18. Personal Protective Equipment19. Back Injury Prevention20. Transmission-Based Precautions21. Bloodborne PathogensEligibility: All healthcare professional committed to promoting quality patient care in the homecare settings or interested in advancing their knowledge of the homecare environment• RN’S/LPN’S• Social Workers• Recreational Therapists• Physical and Occupational Therapist• Care Coordinators• Care Transitions Specialist• Pharmacists• Nursing Home Administrators• Care Navigators• MDS coordinators• Infection Control Nurses• Admissions NursesAlzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders for Homecare WorkersBack Injury PreventionBasic Supervisory SkillsBloodborne PathogensCorporate Compliance for Home Health ManagersDeveloping an Interdisciplinary, Individualized Plan of CareEmpowering Clients Through ADLsEthical Considerations for Palliative CareHIPAA SecurityHome Health Coverage and EligibilityInfection Control and PreventionMedication Reconciliation in Home CarePersonal Protective EquipmentPressure Injury/Ulcer PreventionPreventing, Recognizing, and Reporting AbuseProtecting Patient Rights in Home HealthQAPI for Home HealthRegulatory Requirements for Home HealthUrinary Incontinence for Home HealthWorkplace Safety: The Basics