Being part of an AHCC committee gives you an opportunity to meet other home care professionals and make a positive impact for the industry. Consider applying to join an AHCC committee today!
Current opportunities include:
AHCC/BMSC Certification Committees
AHCC/BMSC Certification Committees maintain and update the BMSC Certification Programs, including the exams and annual recertification self-assessments.
Call for volunteers: Now is the time to apply to join an AHCC/BMSC Certification Committee. Review the committee scope of work to see if you qualify and then complete the online application form. You’ll have a chance to come on board, write questions for our exams, help us promote certification, and more.
We're currently accepting applications for AHCC members with expertise in the following areas:
- Hospice ICD-10 coding
- Home health compliance
If you hold at least one BMSC credential, have demonstrated experience in home care, and are able to volunteer during traditional 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. work hours, we’re looking for you!
AHCC Awards Committee
The AHCC Awards committee provides expertise and guidance on the development of the AHCC Achievement Awards program, nomination requirements, and recipient selection.
Call for volunteers: Review the committee scope of work to see if you qualify and then complete the online application form. You’ll help us to recognize the home care professionals doing great work in our industry.
AHCC Advocacy Committee
The Association of Home Care Coding and Compliance’s (AHCC) Advocacy Committee reviews regulatory policy, coding and guideline updates, and OASIS requirements that impact home care coding and compliance professionals. The committee takes action to advocate on behalf of AHCC’s membership and the industry at large.
The AHCCtober Committee plans activities for the annual AHCCtober week festivities, develops and brainstorms resources to help people celebrate and recognize the efforts of home care coding and compliance professionals, and participates in Q&As based on the annual AHCCtober Industry Survey. The committee members will meet on a regular basis over conference calls to meet these objectives (once or twice per month from May through October).
Documentation Integrity Committee
The Association of Home Care Coding and Compliance’s (AHCC) Documentation Integrity Committee will provide collective leadership, expertise, and written guidance for the AHCC membership and the broader home care industry. Through individual work on specific projects (such as joint authorship of white papers), group discussion, and other activities, committee members provide AHCC members and home care professionals with defined, compliant policy and processes, and promote best practices for documentation integrity.