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.

  1. The proctored examination is available any time (24/7) after registration and acceptance of the application for the exam.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. CEUs are not offered for the examination.
  5. If you have a disability requiring additional accommodations, please contact us at prior to registering for the examination.
  6. Price: $199
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