Virginia Association for Home Care and Hospice


The Trade Association for
the Home Care and Hospice Industry

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Call: (804) 285-8636

3761 Westerre Parkway, Suite B
Henrico, VA 23233


Agency Directory

2018-2019 Membership Directory & Resource Guide

Virginia Department of Health:  www.vdh.virginia.gov/

Emergency Preparedness:   www.vdh.virginia.gov/emergency-preparedness/

Virginia’s health care coalition (HCC) represent groups of health care and response organizations who play a critical role in developing the health care delivery systems preparedness and response activities. HCC members actively participate in HCC strategic planning, operational planning, information sharing, and resource coordination and management. Virginia’s HCCs coordinate regional training and exercise opportunities and support the ESF-8 during a response.

Office of Licensure and Certification:  www.vdh.virginia.gov/licensure-and-certification

The Office of Licensure and Certification (OLC) acts as the agent for the Virginia Department of Health in administering five state licensing programs:

• Hospitals     • Outpatient Surgical Hospitals     • Nursing Facilities     • Home Care Organizations     • Hospice Programs

Department of Health Professions:   www.dhp.virginia.gov/

The Department of Health Professions is composed of Virginia's 13 health regulatory boards, the Prescription Monitoring Program, the Healthcare Workforce Data Center and the Health Practitioners Monitoring Program.

Department of Medical Assistance Services:  www.dmas.virginia.gov

The Department of Medical Assistance Services plays a critical role in providing health care coverage to low-income children, older adults, individuals with disabilities and pregnant women. There are nearly 400,000 uninsured Virginians eligible for new cost-effective health care options through the same modern and efficient management that is serving the Commonwealth well today.

CGS Administrators:   www.cgsmedicare.com/

CGS Administrators, LLC (CGS) provides a variety of services for Medicare beneficiaries, healthcare providers, and medical equipment suppliers in 38 states, supporting the needs of over 24 million Medicare beneficiaries and 100,000 healthcare professionals nationwide. CGS operates as a Part A, Part B, Home Health & Hospice (HH&H), and Durable Medical Equipment (DME) Medicare Administrative Contractor for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

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Value Based Purchasing 2015

The Economic Impact of the Home Care and Hospice Industry on Virginia's Economy 2015

2018 Conditions of Participation Interpretive Guidelines