About Beth

Beth Noyce provides consulting, mentoring, compliance assessments, education, and auditing services to home health and hospice agencies and their clinicians in several states. Beth loves teaching and helping others succeed.


Beth is a registered nurse, and has a bachelor of science degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Utah.

Her other credentials include:
  • Home Care Specialist - Hospice (HCS-H)
  • Home Care Specialist - Diagnosis (HCS-D)
  • Certificate for OASIS Specialist - Clinical (COS-C)
  • ICD-10 Trainer Approval (2013) by the Board of Medical Specialty Coding (BMSC)
  • Advising Board Member of the Association of Home Health Coding and Compliance (AHCC)

  • Education Chair for Utah Hospice and Palliative Care Association (UHPCO)


Beth draws on more than 30 years' experience as a nurse, focusing primarily on home health and hospice, including:

  • Regulatory compliance specialist for hospice and home health
  • Clinical director & manager
  • Mentor
  • Quality improvement director & auditor
  • Hospice regulatory requirement change expert/teacher/auditor
  • Diagnosis coder/expert/teacher/auditor
  • OASIS expert/teacher/auditor
  • Medical Reviewer for a Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC)
  • Clinical educator
  • Electronic clinical documentation specialist
  • National clinical software trainer for 3M/Progre
  • Case manager
  • Direct patient-care provider
  • Family caregiver for patients receiving hospice and home care services
    Beth presents at her own events, and events sponsored by:
        Beth continues to present and participate in other seminars, workshops and webinars. She has educated clinicians at multiple agencies. She has published in DecisionHealths Diagnosis Coding Pro,  edits and writes certification study guides, writes hospice and home health on-line courses for DecisionHealth, and has performed home health and hospice clinical software training for agencies nationwide.