HCAW Education Center

Your gateway to excellence in learning.

HCAW is your trusted source of vetted, essential information containing programs in the functional areas of the in-service home service industry.  Our educational webinars, Online University, and Emergency Preparedness programs are designed for CEOs, senior and mid-level staff, and future leaders. 

Find specific content for your varied needs offered at levels to match your knowledge and experience:

Other education links that may be of interest to you or your staff:

  • www.NGSMedicare.com
    Free medicare information is available by clicking on the HHH column on the home page, which links to home health and hospice information. Then click on Training Events Calendar under Education and Training to view the upcoming webinar/training schedule.
  • www.homehealthquality.org
    Often referred to as HHQI, this is a national campaign for home health quality.  Registration is free for anyone.  This site provides access to a wealth of information that is pertinent to the health reform process.
  • www.champ-program.org 
    Free resources and tools are available through this resource that is funded by grant money to Visiting Nurse Services of New York.  CHAMP offers a monthly newsletter that advertises low cost educational offerings, free tools, and resources pertinent to the in-home services industry.
  • www.HealWa.org
    Free education and research as well as an informational resource for nurses.
  • www.leg.wa.gov
    Stay abreast of what is going on in the Washington State Legislature, find your district, and committee meeting dates.
  • surveyortraining.cms.hhs.gov
    This is a CMS web based training.  Click on I Am A Provider, then Web Based Training where you can click on any training module you prefer.  The modules include PowerPoint presentations and posted tests.
  • www.erc.msh.org
    Management Sciences for Health assists health care organizations throughout the US in providing high quality, culturally competent services to multi-ethnic populations.