Home Health RNs Receive 2.98% Hourly Rate Increase in 2021

Order the full report! The average hourly rate for Registered Nurses (RNs) in home health agencies increased 2.98% in 2021, according to the 2021-2022 Home Care Salary & Benefits Report, just released by Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service (HCS). The Report is published in cooperation with the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC).…

Please Participate in the 2021‑2022 Home Care Salary & Benefits Study

Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service (HCS) announced the 2021‑2022 Home Care Salary & Benefits study is now underway.  The study are published by HCS in cooperation with the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC).

The published results cover marketplace data for 60 jobs and 21 fringe benefits. The results cover job data by salary, hourly, and per visit rates with data breakouts by auspice, revenue size, region, state, and CBSA. Planned salary increases, turnover, caseload, and shift differential data are also covered.

NAHC encourages all members to participate in the Home Care Salary & Benefits Study so that the information will be as comprehensive and helpful as possible. In addition, if you participate, you get a 50 percent discount on the price. You can’t beat that.

Directions to Participate in the Home Care Salary & Benefits Study:

  1. Download the questionnaire from the HCS website: https://www.hhcsinc.com
  2. Email Rosanne Zabka, HCSRZabka@hhcsinc.com to confirm your planned participation.
  3. Email your completed questionnaire to Rosanne by August 2nd.

Study participants save over 50% off the Report price. The pre-paid participant rate is $185 (payment due by 8/31/2021); the billed participant rate is $205. The nonparticipant rate is $375.

Home Care Submission Deadline:  August 2nd

Pre-Paid Participant Price:  Home Care $185; Hospice $160.

Billed Participant Price:  Home Care $205.

Participant rates are based on the survey completed. 

All individual data will be kept confidential. No information that identifies a specific agency will be released to any persons, agencies, state or national organizations.

The Reports are recognized as the authoritative source for comprehensive marketplace data for home health + hospice agencies. Last year’s Home Care Report contained data from 1,049 home health agencies and will be published in October.

Please Participate in the 2021‑2022 Home Care Salary & Benefits Study

Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service (HCS) announced the 2021‑2022 Home Care Salary & Benefits study is now underway.  The study are published by HCS in cooperation with the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC).

The published results cover marketplace data for 60 jobs and 21 fringe benefits. The results cover job data by salary, hourly, and per visit rates with data breakouts by auspice, revenue size, region, state, and CBSA. Planned salary increases, turnover, caseload, and shift differential data are also covered.

NAHC encourages all members to participate in the Home Care Salary & Benefits Study so that the information will be as comprehensive and helpful as possible. In addition, if you participate, you get a 50 percent discount on the price. You can’t beat that.

Directions to Participate in the Home Care Salary & Benefits Study:

  1. Download the questionnaire from the HCS website: https://www.hhcsinc.com
  2. Email Rosanne Zabka, HCSRZabka@hhcsinc.com to confirm your planned participation.
  3. Email your completed questionnaire to Rosanne by August 2nd.

Study participants save over 50% off the Report price. The pre-paid participant rate is $185 (payment due by 8/31/2021); the billed participant rate is $205. The nonparticipant rate is $375.

Home Care Submission Deadline:  August 2nd

Pre-Paid Participant Price:  Home Care $185; Hospice $160.

Billed Participant Price:  Home Care $205.

Participant rates are based on the survey completed. 

All individual data will be kept confidential. No information that identifies a specific agency will be released to any persons, agencies, state or national organizations.

The Reports are recognized as the authoritative source for comprehensive marketplace data for home health + hospice agencies. Last year’s Home Care Report contained data from 1,049 home health agencies and will be published in October.

Please Participate in the 2021‑2022 Home Care and Hospice Salary & Benefits Studies

Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service (HCS) announced the 2021‑2022 Home Care and Hospice Salary & Benefits studies are now underway.  The studies are published by HCS in cooperation with the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC). The published results cover marketplace data for 60 jobs and 21 fringe benefits. The results cover job…

Latest Home Care Salary & Benefits Report: Nurse Pay Rises, Turnover in Home Care Worsens

Get your report from NAHC at a great price! PDF version of the report The average hourly rate for Registered Nurses (RNs) in home health agencies increased 2.29 percent in 2020, but the national average turnover for RNs increased from 20.55 percent in 2019 to 25.85 percent in 2020, according to the latest Home Care…

Deadlines Extended on HCS Home Care and Hospice Studies

The deadline for the 2020-2021 Home Care and Hospice Salary & Benefits studies has been extended to August 17th. The studies are published by Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service (HCS) in cooperation with the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC). Participants in the studies merit substantial discounts on the published Reports. The participant…

Home Health and Hospice Execs to See Salary Bump in 2019

The average salary increase planned for 2019 for corporate positions in multi-facility long-term care organizations is 2.61 percent, but home health and hospice executives should expect to see an even bigger bump, according to the 35th edition of the “Multi-Facility Corporate Compensation Report,” published by the Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service. Home health and hospice…

New Report from NAHC and HCS Show Hospice Salaries

The national hourly rate for Hospice CNAs was 9.84% higher in Visiting Nurse Associations (VNAs) than at for-profit hospice agencies. CNAs in VNAs received $14.96/hour, while CNAs in for-profit hospices received $13.62/hour. Figures are from the just released 2018-2019 Hospice Salary & Benefits Report, published by Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service (HCS), in cooperation with…

Home Health Salaries Rose in 2018, but So Did Turnover

Home health workers saw an increase in their salaries in 2018, but it did not stop the constant employee churn that has become a symbol of some of the workforce challenges facing the industry in recent years and into the future. The latest Home Care Salary & Benefits report from New Jersey-based Hospital & Healthcare…

Take the 2018 Home Care and Hospice Salary & Benefits Survey and Save Money!

The Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service (HCS) has announced the 2018‑2019 Home Care and Hospice Salary & Benefits studies are now underway.  The studies are published by HCS in cooperation with the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC). Once again, NAHC will be asking members to participate in the Salary & Benefits survey,…