Sponsorship Opportunities

The Ohio Council for Home Care & Hospice is grateful for the support of our Corporate Sponsors. Learn more about sponsorship opportunities.

Partner Program

Gold Sponsors

Based in Nixa, MO, Pure&Clean offers Hypochlorous acid (HOCL)-based infection control and wound care technology products. Pure&Clean antimicrobial wound care products are FDA cleared and have an 18-month shelf life regardless of bottle opening. HOCL is one of the only agents known that is both non-toxic to the delicate cells that heal our wounds, while being lethal to almost all known dangerous bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Just a few of these include C. Diff, MRSA, E. Coli, Candida, Noro and Rhino viruses.

Silver Sponsors

Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) is a nonprofit accreditation organization that has stood as a symbol of quality and excellence since 1986. ACHC has CMS Deeming Authority for Home Health, Hospice, and DMEPOS and a quality management system that is ISO 9001:2015 certified.

Bronze Sponsors

Founded in Port Washington, NY in 1978, Sandata started as a scheduling, billing, payroll, and data processing company and quickly began to thrive as various stakeholders from the home healthcare industry came to rely on the company as a mission critical business partner.

LeaderStat specializes in interim management, executive recruiting and consulting for healthcare, post-acute and senior care organizations.

Founded in 1905, Mead Johnson develops and markets safe, high quality, innovative products that help meet the nutritional needs of infants and children. With more than 70 products in over 50 countries, Mead Johnson products are trusted by millions of parents and healthcare professionals around the world.

Founded in Altoona, Pennsylvania, in 1968, Delta Health Technologies® began by offering data processing services. In response to the growing need for homecare, it connected with providers to develop automated solutions. 2018 marks our 50th year in business. Delta’s current focus is on technology and on understanding the implications of healthcare reform for the home health, private duty and hospice industries.