Get Involved with OCHCH

As the leading industry voice, OCHCH is advancing industry standards by providing home and community-based organizations with the advocacy, education, and regulatory support they need to ensure that individuals receive the highest level of dignity, care, and respect. In order to meet this mission, OCHCH needs volunteers like you! Throughout the year, we need input, insight, and time from our members on a variety of projects, programs, and activities. Members can volunteer by getting involved with one of our committees or participating at an advocacy event.

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Volunteer Committees

Education Committee

The Education Committee establishes priorities for all educational programming, identifies new educational programming opportunities, maintains current Ohio Nurses Association provider status, monitors the quality of the educational programming process and reports findings to the OCHCH Board of Directors.

Home Health Committee

The Home Health Committee recommends action on state and federal regulations, legislation, and other public policy initiatives and reimbursement issues impacting home care. The committee also explores, vets, and/or makes recommendations for any and all issues pertaining to the home health industry in Ohio.

Hospice & Palliative Care Committee

The Hospice & Palliative Care Committee recommends action on state and federal regulations, legislation, and other public policy initiatives and reimbursement issues impacting hospice and palliative care. The committee also explores, vets, and/or makes recommendations for any and all issues pertaining to the hospice and palliative care industry in Ohio.

Membership Committee

The Membership Committee advances the mission of the Ohio Council for Home Care & Hospice by serving as ambassadors who believe in the delivery of quality home and community-based health care and provide a sounding board on membership issues and initiatives. The committee also plans and coordinates all aspects of the annual awards program, including identifying recipients.

Political Advocacy Committee

The Political Advocacy Committee identifies elected officials who have demonstrated a serious commitment to the council’s public policy initiatives and the health care at home industry. The committee also explores, vets and/or makes recommendations for opportunities to improve fundraising, assists in the planning and coordination of advocacy events, and educates OCHCH members on the importance of political advocacy and fundraising.

Innovations & Technology Committee

The Innovations & Technology Committee acts as an exploratory and futures body that evaluates opportunities and vulnerabilities of the post-acute care continuum. The committee explores, vets, and/or makes recommendations for any and all issues pertaining to the improvement of community-based care. In addition, the committee explores ways technology can be used to improve the health care at home industry and acts in an advisory capacity to assist members in the identification, clarification, and education of financial issues, payment systems, and cost reporting requirements.

Nominating Committee

Here is the description: The Nominating Committee reviews candidate applications for the OCHCH Board of Directors and selects candidates for the voting ballot. Members of this committee must be an owner, director, or employee of an OCHCH Voting Member, which includes Medicare certified home health agencies, hospice agencies, or agencies providing other in-home services. Members of this committee and their agency colleagues may not be candidates for the Board.