You Work Hard for Your Clients. Let Us Work for You.

We want to hear from non-members about what they need and how we can help.

The home care industry has met the COVID-19 Pandemic with incredible skill, professionalism, and diligence.

But even the best agencies need help navigating the maze of new regulations, HR changes, supply-chain issues, and other challenges we’ve faced since March. And that’s on top of all the other challenges — business and care-giving alike — that come from running a home care or home health care agency.

(A Two-Minute Survey for Non-Members)

To get a better sense of your specific needs, we’re asking non-members to take a moment to complete a short, 1-page survey. Our team will then contact you within two business days to discuss how we can serve you and your agency.

The Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts has the tools, expertise, and resources you need so you can focus on what you do best: Serving your clients and protecting your employees

Questions? Contact Tom Meyer at (617) 482-8830.

Everything You Want to Know About eLearning Partnership with Corridor Group in One Place


The Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts has partnered with the Corridor Group to provide an exciting new membership benefit. Corridor Campus eLearning is an online program that provides orientation and ongoing education for all levels of staff, allowing you to streamline training across your organization while providing Continuing Education Credits. Topics of the 150+ courses offered include ICD-10, Sexual Harassment, Alzheimer’s, HIPAA, Infection Control, and much more!

Home Care Alliance member agencies receive a discounted rate on Corridor Campus, paying the lowest per user fee they offer. Along with this great offer, our members will also have the opportunity to receive a 15% discount on any other Corridor products they purchase.

After the partnership was announce this summer, the Home Care Alliance held an informative webinar that introduced the software and did a brief demo. All information about this partnership including the recording of the webinar is available at Take a look at this great opportunity to save your agency money while receiving great education for your staff!

If you have any questions about this partnership you can contact Megan Fournier at

Click Here to go to eLearning Partnership Page to Learn More!

Member Benefit: Free Wound Care Webinars

The Home Care Alliance has a continued partnership with the Wound Care Educational Institute. Wound Care Education Institute® provides comprehensive online and nationwide onsite courses in the fields of Skin, Wound, Diabetic and Ostomy Management. Health care professionals who meet the eligibility requirements may sit for the prestigious:

(WCC®) Wound Care Certification
(DWC®) Diabetic Wound Care
(OMS™) Ostomy Management Specialist

These national board certification examinations are offered through the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy ® (NAWCO®), the largest multidisciplinary group of certified wound care professionals in the United States.

Not only do our members receive discounts on training’s offered by WCEI but you also receive FREE access to numerous webinars such as the ones listed below:

•Diabetic Ulcers Identification and Treatment
•HOW TO: Bariatrics and Skin Fold Management
•HOW TO: Creating the Seal by Making the Right Choices
•HOW TO: Debridement Options: BEAMS Made Easy
•HOW TO: Diabetic Foot Exam Made Easy
•HOW TO: Fistula Management Made Easy
•HOW TO: Medical Device and Moisture Associated Skin Breakdown
•HOW TO: Skin of Color•HOW TO: Skin Tears
•HOW TO: Surgical Incision: Keep your eye on the line
•HOW TO: Tube Basics. Going with the flow
•HOW TO: Writing Policies and Procedures for Wound Care
• Improved Wound Care Outcomes
• Insider Secrets to Wound Care
• Is It Pressure
• Is It Really Infected? How Do I Really Know?
• It’s Not Just a RASH! So What Is It? What Do I Do?
• Ostomy Buzz
• Palliative Wound Care
• PHI, PMRI,EHR, EMR…WHAT? Alphabet Soup or Medical Records?
• Pressure Ulcers- Choosing the Right Treatment
• Skin and Nail Changes in the Diabetic Foot
• Teaching the Teacher
• What stage is it? Pressure Ulcer Staging and Tissue Types
• Wound Assessment

Want more information on these free webinars? Click Here

Interested in attending the next Skin & Wound Care Management Course offered in MA? Click Here

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