MedBridge Obtains CHAP Verified Seal for Home Health and Hospice Education

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MedBridge, the industry leader in digital onboarding, education, and skills training for home health and hospice, has received verification from CHAP, the most experienced home care accreditation program nationwide.

MedBridge, the industry-leading digital health solution for healthcare professionals and organizations across the care continuum, announced today that its onboarding courses for home health and hospice are now verified by the Community Health Accreditation Partner (CHAP).

With high industry rates of staff attrition creating a constant need for new nurses and other clinical staff, MedBridge's onboarding solution boosts staff readiness and helps promote success in surveys. By acquiring CHAP verification, MedBridge further establishes itself as a leader in home health and hospice training, providing the highest-quality content on the market to improve the clinician experience and quality of care.

After completing the rigorous evaluation, MedBridge's onboarding education shows no roadblocks to executing the CHAP Standards of Excellence, and innovates to improve the delivery of high-quality care met, earning it CHAP's verified status.   

"The CHAP Verified Seal is a key differentiator for home health and hospice agencies seeking to provide their staff with the best-in-class onboarding and skills training, and MedBridge is one of the first education and training providers to obtain this prestigious status," said Andrew Mickus, Chief Content Officer at MedBridge. "We're proud that the high-quality educational resources that we've created meet those stringent standards, positioning us as leaders in quality and innovation."

"CHAP is excited to recognize MedBridge as only the second educational provider to have a product line earn the elite status of CHAP verified," said Jan Sweat, Vice President of Learning Solutions. "The educational products they have developed for home health and hospice providers are extremely high-quality, thorough, and engaging for learners. They have demonstrated a commitment to their customers by going through the rigorous verification process to ensure that their education aligns with CHAP's standards of excellence and CMS regulations."

The newly CHAP-verified onboarding education courses, coupled with the MedBridge Skills and Competency Manager, help healthcare agencies streamline the onboarding and preceptor process, and train new nurses on clinical and non-clinical home care skills so they can start providing quality patient care faster, all on a single online platform.

About Community Health Accreditation Partner (CHAP)

CHAP is an independent, nonprofit organization accrediting providers of home and community-based care. Founded in 1965, CHAP was first to recognize the need for and value of home and community-based care standards and accreditation. As a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)-approved accrediting organization, CHAP surveys organizations providing home health, hospice, and home medical equipment services to establish if Medicare Conditions of Participation and DMEPOS Quality Standard are met and recommend certification to CMS. CHAP's purpose is to partner with organizations nationwide to advance quality in the delivery of care and services in the home and community.

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