Cherokee Nation Home Health Services is a tribally incorporated not-for-profit home health care agency, that is Medicare and Medicaid certified to provide state-licensed home health care. The home health agency was established in 1981 by the Cherokee Nation to broaden its ability to provide services to elderly and disabled persons who were Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries. For several years the home health conducted business within the framework of various departments inside the Cherokee Nation. It was the Balance Budget Act of 1997 which led to the reformation of the Medicare reimbursement rates paid to home health care agencies for services rendered that made it necessary for the tribe to move the home health into the free-standing entrepreneur environment while still maintaining its not-for-profit goals of compassionate high-quality patient care.
Our services are not limited to Native Americans. – less–ZoomInfo