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Home Health Care

We can help you improve results in every area of your business

Strategic Support for Home Health Professionals

We offer powerful learning management solutions for home health care professionals.

Save Time and Money

Save Time and Money

Let your staff train anytime, anywhere, reducing training concerns and overtime expenses.

Employee Retention

Hire the best professionals for the job, keep them engaged, and decrease turnover.

Improve Outcomes and Care Transitions

From value-based purchasing to reducing rehospitalizations.

Save Time and Money

Reduce training concerns and expenses by offering compliance courses online

Support Remote Staff

Home health care professionals, who work with patients in the home, can travel upwards of 100 miles per day to provide care for those they serve. These individuals are often providing care autonomously. With the growing number of professionals in this industry, home health care leaders need to offer quality, efficient remote training.

The Relias Mobile App and our online LMS offers a fully-comprehensive solution - online compliance training, courses on safety in the home, education regarding professional boundaries, and disease-specific modules.

Learning new information or reviewing key topics provides these professionals with the information they need to feel confident that they know what they are doing, even in high-pressure situations or when working independently.

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Corporate Compliance for Home Health Staff

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Employee Retention

Recruit, train, and retain the best professionals in the industry

skillsoft home health

Specific Workforce Training and Development

One of the biggest challenges home health care organizations face today is hiring and keeping qualified staff. How do you know if your applicants will be the best fit for the job and your culture? Once hired, how do you keep your best employees engaged and delivering exceptional care?

Relias has partnered with Skillsoft, the global leader in workforce training and development, to provide a series of business improvement courses to ensure hiring managers have the skills to select the best candidates.

Join Relias and gain access to the following content:

Applicant Screening: Know the right things to look for when recruiting candidates.
Behavioral Interviewing: Learn to ask the right questions based on prior workplace experiences.
Candidate Selection: Develop the skills to determine which candidates stand out from the rest.

Improve Outcomes and Care Transitions

Develop effective quality assurance programs and care plan models

Understand the VBP Model

Is your organization familiar with the Value-Based Purchasing model? The Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) model is a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) initiative that provides incentive payments for the quality of care provided to Medicare beneficiaries. The VBP Program is requiring home health organizations to put the spotlight on their quality assurance programs and care delivery models.

Are your Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement plans (QAPI) ready? Is your staff prepared?

Relias can serve as your QAPI partner; we offer the necessary support to create and implement a comprehensive QA plan.


We're More Than a Training Vendor. We're Your Learning Partner

Discover how home health care organizations are using Relias Learning to impact the lives of those they serve.

Medical Waste Disposal in the Home
This course describes the procedures for handling and discarding contaminated sharps, medications, and other regulated medical waste.
Home Health Care OASIS-C2
This course discusses the OASIS document and how to record and transmit accurate data.
OASIS-C2: The Basics
This course provides an introduction to the OASIS framework and explains assessment techniques to ensure accurate completion.
OASIS-C2 and Process Measures
This course provides information on OASIS process measures and their importance to home health agencies.
Home Health PPS and OASIS-C2
This course provides a basic understanding of the Home Health Prospective Payment System (HH PPS).
OASIS-C2: Resumption of Care
The Resumption of Care (ROC) OASIS must be completed when a patient has a break in covered services, for whatever reason, to determine whether the patient quali
Florida Laws and Rules
SUMMARY The new Florida Board of Nursing requireme
Legal Aspects of Documentation
The course reviews the concepts and rules regarding documentation in the medical record as it relates to negligence, malpractice, and intentional torts.
Cultural Competence in Home Care
This course helps home care workers understand their role in visiting clients and being culturally aware and sensitive.
Home Health: Coverage, Eligibility, and Physician Orders
This course will provide specific documentation guidelines for practitioners to follow as they receive and follow doctors orders for home health care.

Home Health Care Resources

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June 21 , 2016

Senior Care Home Care Assisted Living Post-Acute Care Skilled Nursing

Strategies for Preventing Dehydration

This webinar provides participants the opportunity to gain an understanding of the various risk factors and causes of dehydration.


June 16 , 2016

Senior Care Home Care Independent and Assisted Living Post-Acute Care MDS 3.0 Skilled Nursing

MDS 3.0 Manual Updates for October 2016: Part 1

CMS has released a DRAFT version of the MDS 3.0 User’s Manual. This update includes some significant coding clarifications and changes.

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April 27 , 2016

Senior Care Home Care Solutions COPD Independent and Assisted Living Post-Acute Care Skilled Nursing

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

COPD is an insidious condition that does not cause noticeable disability until 20 to 30 years after onset. Individuals often die prematurely from complications.