Other States

Home Health Aides are regulated by the Minnesota Department of Health and the Minnesota Department of Human Services. In order to be approved as an HHA, you must complete a training program with a minimum 75 hours of training. Minnesota Administrative Rules dictates that at least 20 of the 75 hours of training must be [...]

Hawai'i State Department of Health governs over the licenses and registrations of all health care facilities. In Hawaii, home health agencies are provide both skilled and unskilled nursing services under the direction of a physician. All home health aides must renew their license every two years on date, or within 30 days thereafter. Application for [...]

All home health agencies operating in North Dakota must obtain a license from the state Department of Health. There are currently 27 licensed agencies operating in the state. Home health agencies are regulated under the following rules, enforced by the Department of Health: North Dakota Century Code for Health and Safety, Chapter 23-17.3 and North [...]

Home health agencies are regulated by the Ohio Department of Health. There is no state licensure for home health agencies and no state testing or certification for home health aides in Ohio. However, HHAs must gain accreditation by a nationally-recognized accreditation organization in order to become Medicare certified. The 3 currently approved accreditation organizations are [...]

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