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Anticipating some questions you may have, we put together this brief FAQ.

MHCA membership dues continue to be based on your adjusted revenue. Adjusted revenue includes all dollars, regardless of source, obtained by your organization for all sites providing home care services; it is the gross revenue less all discounts or allowances (expected amount due from payer).

Yes. Beginning in 2018, MHCA implemented an “all or none” rule. In order for an agency to join the association, it must include all locations in its revenue calculations. This also means that employees of all sites have access to membership benefits!

A truly independently-owned and operated franchise may not be subject to the “all or none” rule. If your organization has an independent decision-making process and does not share information or resources, you are exempt from the rule. Please contact us for more information.

No. Starting this year, you no longer need to have one membership per license. But remember – revenue from all branches/licenses is included.

Yes, an individual not associated with any home care organization or potential business partner may choose to join the association as an individual member.

When you make an investment in MHCA, you get access to:

  • Information – stay up-to-date on state and federal regulatory and legislative issues through MHCA newsletters and alerts.
  • Nurse Consultants – receive timely response to clinical practice and regulatory questions from MHCA’s nurse consultants.
  • Free web-based training ($2,000+ value!) – get 24/7 training for your entire staff through MHCAs partnership with Rochester Community and Technical College (RCTC).
  • Education – relevant training is available to members at discounted prices in both classroom and webinar settings.
  • Advocacy - MHCA’s Government Relations Counsel and Legislative Team lead the association’s advocacy efforts as we work collaboratively with other stakeholders on regulatory and legislative issues, such as reimbursement, licensure, administrative simplification and more.
  • Networking – Find support with other providers at regional meetings and MHCA events. MHCAs seven regions are organized for member education and networking as well as other local activities of interest.
  • Career center – MCHA offers members a 20% discount on the MHCA Career Center to help you recruit the most qualified Home Care Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Home Care Aides, Therapists, and Social Workers. To get the promo code please contact MHCA.
  • Professional development – MHCA members have the opportunity to serve on various teams and task forces. Engaged members find significant value in working with and learning from their colleagues.

MHCA reserves the right to deny membership to any agency that has outstanding invoices. This can include membership invoices from the previous year.


Still have questions? Contact Mandy at 651-635-0783.

2550 University Ave. W. | Ste. 350-South
St. Paul, MN 55114-1900

PHONE 866.607.0607 | FAX 651.635.0043