Home Health Agency Consumer Reports

The Indiana State Department of Health, Acute Care Division, is pleased to make home health agency information available to consumers. This information is being made available to help evaluate the availability and quality of home health agencies within the state of Indiana. The Division inspects home health agencies to assess compliance with state and federal standards. This survey information, along with other information is being provided in a "Home Health Agency Consumer Report" format. These reports may be used to compare information on licensed home health agencies.

About the Surveys:

 Surveys are unannounced

 Surveyors are registered nurses

 A survey report is sent to the home health care agency after each survey

 If standards and/or conditions are not met for a federal survey, or if rules are not met for a state survey, then the home health agency must submit a plan of correction to the Division

 A follow-up survey may be made to verify that compliance has been achieved

 Surveys look at the care provided to a sample of the clients

 Surveys only reflect a snapshot in time

About the Home Health Care Agency Reports:

 The consumer report has been developed to aid consumers in their choice of a home health agency

 The system uses existing data collected through the Division's surveys and data maintained in the Division's records

 Consumers can evaluate and compare facilities in five categories:

       Click here to see information on category:  Services Available
       Click here to see information on category:  
State Licensure Survey Results
       Click here to see information on category : 
Ownership / Administrator Changes
       Click here to see information on category:  
Substantiated Complaints
       Click here to see information on category:  
Last Federal Certification Survey


 Additional information is provided for your convenience. This data includes the address, the telephone number and the fax number (if available) of the home health agency. It also includes the number of full time employee equivalents, the date the agency was first certified, and whether or not Medicare and Medicaid are accepted. The report also identifies the counties that are served by this agency.

 The reports are generated once a month and the statutory guidelines regarding the release of inspection reports will be observed.

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