Post-Acute Care Home Health Care and Hospice Certified Professional (PAC-HHP) Certification
A home care and hospice care practitioner includes a wide variety of interdisciplinary staff who provide home care and hospice services through an agency or independently at the client’s home or post-acute care setting. These individuals work at clients’ homes, skilled nursing facilities, long-term acute care hospitals, and continuing care retirement communities.
Eligibility for the PAC-HHP Certification
Licensed as an administrator, RN, LPN, social worker, recreational therapist, pharmacist, pastoral, or any professional desiring to understand and take on a role in home healthcare and hospice.
About the PAC-HHP Certification Examination
The post-acute care certified home care and hospice certified practitioner examination is the required examination to become certified as a post-acute care certified home care and hospice practitioner (PAC-HHP). The examination assesses clinical and technical competency and is proctored. You will have three hours to complete the examination.
- The proctored examination is available any time (24/7) after registration and acceptance of the application for the exam.
- The examination includes multiple-choice questions randomly selected from the test bank. You are required to achieve a passing grade of 80% or higher to be certified as a post-acute care certified professional in your area of practice.
- InsPAC offers preparatory courses for all the PAC certifications for a fee, but the InsPAC courses are not mandatory or a requisite for taking the certification exam. Test takers are free to prepare for the exam with any educational provider.
- CEUs are not offered for the examination.
- If you have a disability requiring additional accommodations, please contact us at email@example.com prior to registering for the examination.
- Price: $199