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 must be licensed by the state. The Virginia Department of Health’s Acute Care Division is responsible for home health licensure. The rules and regulations for home care licensing are listed on the state’s Office of Licensure and Certification website. Agencies must also meet federal requirements to be funded by Medicare or Medicaid, [...]

Home health care is highly regulated in the state of Georgia. The Georgia Department of Community Health, Healthcare Facility Regulation Division oversees home health, and governance falls under the following statutes: O.C.G.A. § 31-7-150 and O.C.G.A.  § 31-2-8. Not only are agencies required to obtain a license, but they must first obtain a certificate of [...]