NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS OPERATED UNDER THE HOME HEALTH AGENCY LICENSE
The above section lists the name and address of the licensed HHA. In addition to the
address above, there may be other locations under this HHA license. The following
are other locations operated under the HHA license.
There are no off-site (satellite) locations for this center.
COUNTIES SERVED BY THIS AGENCY
DEARBORN, FRANKLIN, OHIO, RIPLEY, SWITZERLAND
The following services are available at the licensed HHA listed above. These
include services provided directly by HHA staff and services that the
HHA provides through contracts with outside personnel. The listed services
may or may not be available at the off-site (satellite) location(s).
Provide skilled services that cannot be performed safely and effectively by nonprofessional personnel.
Work to restore the mobility and strength of patents who are limited or disabled by physical injuries.
Help individuals who have physical, developmental, social, or emotional prolems that prevent them from performing general activities of daily living.
Work to develop and restore the speech of individuals with communication disorders.
Medical Social Worker
Evaluate the social and emotional factors affecting ill and disabled individuals and provide counseling.
Home Health Aide
Nonprofessional performing home health services that are delegated by a nurse or therapist.
STATE LICENSURE SURVEYS
The ISDH conducts a state licensure survey at a licensed HHA on initial
licensure and annually thereafter. If an HHA is accredited, the HHA may
substitute the accreditation survey for the state licensure on-site
survey. If deficiencies are cited on a survey, the HHA will be requested
by the ISDH to complete a plan of correction on how and when they will correct
each deficiency and who will be responsible to ensure the corrections are made
and will not reoccur in the future. The plan of correction is submitted by the
HHA and reviewed for acceptance by the ISDH.
The following is a summary of the three most recent state licensure surveys.
Accreditation surveys are not included in the table below. To see a list of the
deficiencies cited on the state licensure survey, click on the survey date. Note
that if there were no deficiencies cited on the survey, you will not be able to
click on the survey date. To read an overview of the survey process, click here
06/16/2010 Most Recent
02/06/2009 2nd Most Recent
07/06/2006 3rd Most Recent
Number of Deficiencies
State Average for the year of the survey (rounded to nearest whole integer.)
Type of Change
2nd Most Recent
3rd Most Recent
Any person may file a complaint with the ISDH about an HHA. The ISDH
investigates all complaints. If in the course of the investigation a violation of
state or federal rules or regulations is found by surveyors, the complaint is said
to be 'substantiated with findings'. If the surveyor verifies the facts of the
complaint but finds that no violation occurred of state rules or federal
regulations, the complaint is said to be 'substantiated without findings'. If
deficiencies are cited on a complaint survey, the HHA may be requested by the
ISDH to complete a plan of correction on how and when they will correct each
deficiency and who will be responsible to ensure the corrections are made and will
not reoccur in the future. The plan of correction is generally submitted by the
HHA and reviewed by the ISDH within fifteen (15) days of the survey.
The following is a summary of the number of substantiated complaint
investigations for the past three years. This only indicates whether the complaint
was substantiated and does not indicate whether the HHA was found in
compliance with state rules or federal regulations.
01/01/2012 to 12/31/2012
01/01/2011 to 12/31/2011
THIRD PARTY REIMBURSEMENT
The HHA accepts Medicare reimbursement and meets the standards that the federal government has set for the provided services.
The HHA accepts Medicaid reimbursement and meets the standards that the Indiana Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning has set for provided services.
The following is a list of state licensure, complaint, and federal
surveys completed at the home health agency in the past five years.
The survey report is not posted until the report has been provided to the facility
and their plan of correction submitted and approved, if required.
The survey report therefore will likely not be posted until four to six weeks after the exit date.
In the grid below click on an event ID that is underlined to see the survey report for that event.