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  • New Jersey Health Care Service Firm (HCSF) Fee-For-Service Home Care Standards v.3.0.0.pdf

    The New Jersey Health Care Service Firms (HCSF) and Medicaid Fee-for-Service Home Care Standards manual combines CHAP’s New Jersey Health Care Service Firms (HCSF) Home Care Standards with CHAP’s New Jersey Fee-for-Service (FFS) Medicaid Home Care Standards to support organizations which must meet both sets of standards.

    The New Jersey Health Care Service Firms (HCSF) and Medicaid Fee-for-Service Home Care Standards manual combines CHAP’s New Jersey Health Care Service Firms (HCSF) Home Care Standards with CHAP’s New Jersey Fee-for-Service (FFS) Medicaid Home Care Standards to support organizations which must meet both sets of standards.  This manual of combined standards meets the Fee-for-Service (FFS) Medicaid requirements of the New Jersey Administrative Code Title 10 Chapter 60 Home Care Services Subchapters 1, 3, 4, & 5 set forth by the New Jersey Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services (DMAHS). 

  • New Jersey Health Care Service (HCSF) Home Care Standards of Excellence v.2.1.0.pdf

    Standards specific to the provision of Home Care in New Jersey known as Health Care Service Firms.

    CHAP’s New Jersey Health Care Service Firms (HCSF) Home Care Standards meet the requirements of the New Jersey Administrative Code Title 13 Chapter 45B Subchapters 13 & 14 Health Care Service Firms, set forth by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs (DCA). The Fee-for-Service (FFS) Medicaid Home Care Standards are abstracted from CHAP’s 2021 Home Care Standards (formerly known as “Private Duty” standards). 

  • CHAP Home Care - Gaining Compliance Under the New Home Care Standards (Previously Known as Private Duty)

    An overview of the CHAP Home Care Standards of Excellence that became effective January1, 2021 and replaced the prior CHAP Private Duty Standards of Excellence and CHAP Core Standards.

    The focus of this webinar is geared toward the provider who had been previously accredited under the CHAP Private Duty Standards of Excellence. Key points for review include the differences between the prior standards and our current Home Care standards and the importance of having knowledge of any state requirements for the services each agency provides. Resources to aid in preparation of a site visit are also shared. 

    By the end of February 2021, a separate Home Care webinar offering will be posted on the education page with a focus towards the new Home Care Provider and will address in more detail tips for compliance and common areas of citations on site visits. 

    Bobbie Warner BSN, RN

    Director of Education, CHAP

    Community Health Accreditation Partner

    Bobbie Warner is a Registered Nurse who obtained her BSN from Eastern University. Bobbie has worked in the community health environment for over 25 years in multiple capacities. Her community-based career began with providing direct patient care for several years in home health, hospice and private duty. She has held multiple management roles in Administration, Education and Performance Improvement. Bobbie joined CHAP in 2009 as a Site Visitor; moved into the role of Director of Accreditation in 2015 and In March of 2020 Bobbie took on the role of CHAP’s Director of Education. She gets true enjoyment when witnessing the “light bulb” moment of a learner.


  • CMS Home Infusion Therapy Benefit - Gain Compliance with CHAP Infusion Therapy Nursing Standards

    This webinar is a video recording of the virtual webinar presentation conducted on January 12, 2021. The accompanying PowerPoint handouts will be present in the "handout" tab. Included in the handout tab is a document FAQ of questions posed to CHAP addressing this benefit.

    This webinar is a video recording of the virtual webinar presentation conducted on January 12, 2021. The accompanying PowerPoint handouts will be present in the "handout" tab. Included in the handout tab is a document FAQ of questions posed to CHAP addressing this benefit.

    Bobbie Warner BSN, RN

    Director of Education, CHAP

    Community Health Accreditation Partner

    Bobbie Warner is a Registered Nurse who obtained her BSN from Eastern University. Bobbie has worked in the community health environment for over 25 years in multiple capacities. Her community-based career began with providing direct patient care for several years in home health, hospice and private duty. She has held multiple management roles in Administration, Education and Performance Improvement. Bobbie joined CHAP in 2009 as a Site Visitor; moved into the role of Director of Accreditation in 2015 and In March of 2020 Bobbie took on the role of CHAP’s Director of Education. She gets true enjoyment when witnessing the “light bulb” moment of a learner.


  • Home Care Licensure Standards of Excellence v.1.0.1.pdf

    These standards are intended for Home Care organizations for whom CHAP is conducting the licensure visit for their state.

    These standards are intended for Home Care organizations for whom CHAP is conducting the licensure visit for their state. As of 1/7/2021 the states involved include FL, MO and 

  • Home Infusion Therapy FAQ December 2020

    This document includes a summary of questions submitted by CHAP providers in relation to the Home Infusion Therapy Benefit.

    These FAQ’s include general questions related to the CMS Infusion Therapy Benefit as well as questions specific to CHAP’s Infusion Therapy Nursing Standards and CHAP’s Infusion Therapy Nursing accreditation process.

  • Validation Proof

    Recorded On: 11/25/2020

    On demand education for site visitors related to Validation Surveys

    This on-demand webinar addresses the reasons that validation visits occur, CHAP's 2019 outcomes from validation visits and tips for site visitors on how to "validation proof" their site visits. The primary Conditions of Participation that are often cited for Home Health and Hospice are discussed. 

  • California Hospice Licensure Standards of Excellence v.1.1.1

    CLICK TO DOWNLOAD CHAP California specific standards for hospice licensure.

    The California Hospice Licensure Standards are a set of standards that include CHAP requirements related to aspects of licensure that are compliant with California requirements. as well as, California specific licensure requirements that are not addressed through CHAP hospice standards. 

  • CHAP Home Medical Equipment Standards of Excellence

    CLICK TO DOWNLOAD. The CHAP Standards of Excellence are designed home medical equipment supplier that provides services directly to patients or clients. Note: CHAP has had an address change to Arlington, VA. added 11.4.2020

    CHAP Home Medical Equipment (HME) Standards of Excellence are deigned for Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Supplies (DMEPOS) suppliers provide equipment, supplies and services to people to use in recovery, rehabilitation and/or management of chronic conditions. Their patients and clients depend on superior quality products and services, which are as varied as the patients they serve.

    Such products and services include respiratory and sleep therapy equipment, complex rehabilitation supplies, tools for asthma treatment, continuous passive motion devices, hospital beds, external infusion pumps, wheelchairs and diabetic shoes, to name a few.

    CHAP's standards for home medical equipment providers include teaching customers to set up and safely operate the equipment.

  • CHAP Pharmacy Standards of Excellence

    CLICK TO DOWNLOAD. The CHAP Standards of Excellence are designed for an organization that provides pharmacy services directly to consumers in any setting, including ancillary or long-term care facilities.

    CHAP Pharmacy Standards of Excellence are designed for pharmacy providers to recommend and dispense safe, reliable and effective medicine and treatments.
    These professionals serve their communities in a variety of settings, including independent, community-based pharmacies; through mail order or online; or within hospitals and long-term care facilities.


    Their services are invaluable within the community. These providers not only fill prescriptions, but also oversee medication management and responses for prescribed medications.

    Pharmacies are integral to the health of a community. They need a partner that is likewise connected to home and community-based health care services.