Achieving Arizona’s Highest Standards of Ethics and Service

Check our Events page for information about our 2015 Annual Conference!

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Bridgeway and AZNHA have joined forces to bring you an afternoon conference addressing Medicaid: 2020, What You Need to Know. Please note that attendance is by invitation only. Refer to this Event flyer for details.
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ANNOUNCEMENT

The Arizona Legislature has passed SB1401 and Governor Ducey signed the bill into law in March 2015. SB1401 requires that a business entity that provides home care services in the state of Arizona disclose to all of their clients, on an annual basis, certain information regarding their business practices. This law went into effect on July 15, 2015.

The AZNHA Board of Directors have created a document that will satisfy the requirements of SB1401. That document is now available exclusively to AZNHA Members, om the Members Only page of this site.

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OUR MISSION STATEMENT

“The mission of AZNHA is to be the leading membership association in Arizona,
whose members commit to comply with, and maintain, its
Code of Business Ethics and Credentialing Standards of Service.”

OUR VISION STATEMENT

“The vision of AZNHA is to be THE voice of the in-home care industry in Arizona
by driving the industry through education, ethics and standards of best practice,
which will result in better outcomes and confidence for the clients we serve.”

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The Arizona In-Home Care Association (AZNHA) represents a coalition of businesses in, and affiliated with, the in-home care industry who are dedicated to consumer protection and advocacy.

The Association was created to enhance the image and confidence of in-home care provider businesses in the eyes of consumers. AZNHA accomplished this by establishing a Code of Business Ethics and Minimum Standards of Delivery of Services for all its members to adhere to. (Please refer to our Standards page for details.) AZNHA members agree to adhere to our Code of Business Ethics.

Further, Members commit to comply with, and maintain, the Association’s Credentialing Standards of Service for the delivery of in-home care services. In so doing, they are demonstrating their business standards to the consumer by becoming a Member in Good Standing of the Association.

The Association has a Consumer Complaint Process available to consumers . If you have a complaint about an in-home care provider in Arizona, AZNHA may be able to help.