The 2019 Agency Reference Set

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The 2019 Agency Reference Set

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Ships December 2018

The 2019 Agency Reference Set

Ships December 2018

Ensure your home health agency’s policies and procedures are up to par as surveyors hone in on the updated CoPs, or risk survey citations. Significant adjustments to processes and resources will be required to comply with CoPs for:

  • Patient Rights
  • Care Planning
  • Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement (QAPI)
  • Infection Control and Prevention


To help you navigate these new categories and standards, you need DecisionHealth’2019 Agency Reference Set. It’s the only resource that will help you rapidly get up to speed, implement new processes and avoid hefty CMS penalties at your next survey.

This two-book collection offers the most economical, efficient and informative solution to help home health agencies understand and address CMS’ CoP regulations and compliance.

For just $349, you’ll receive the 2019 editions of the Home Health Conditions of Participation (CoP) Answers AND CMS’ Home Health Conditions of Participation and Interpretive Guidelines. Order them together in this package and save $49!

This package walks you through each CoP along with its interpretive guidelines and G-tag, ensuring you have the context you need to achieve alignment and compliance as you lead your agency through its change effort.

Sections dedicated to each of the four new CoP categories, with expert guidance and tips to help you put specific changes to staffing, resources, data collection, will arm you with the specific know-how to build and implement your new compliance plan. You also get:

  • Quick access to concise, up-to-date CMS regulations, CoP rules, Interpretive Guidelines and analyses
  • A comprehensive resource in an easy-to-read format for anyone in the home health agency to reference
  • Sections dedicated to the four new CoP categories, with expert guidance and tips on staffing, resources, and data collection to arm you with the know-how to build and implement your new compliance plan