Abstract : Background: There is a worldwide increase in the need for Home Health Care (HHC) programs because of the increase in chronic and acute diseases that need continuous monitoring. However, many challenges hinder HHC affecting patient’s outcome, and educational programs were suggested to overcome these challenges and to improve patient’s outcome. Hence, this study was designed as an interventional study to assess patient’s outcome after implementing an educational program for nurses, caregivers, and patients. Materials and methods: A quasi-experimental with pre and post-intervention observation of patient registered in home health care in the Riyadh Region was conducted. An educational program was implementing involving nurses, caregivers, and patients, and the outcome was assessed every 3 months in terms of patient’s safety, fall risk and incidence. Results: The study included 350 patients who were followed up for 30 months, majority (83.4%) aged 65 years or older, and females predominated 244 (69.7%). Significant improvement was achieved in reduction in bedridden patients, fall risk and incidence. Conclusion: In conclusion the study found that implementing such an educational program for nurses, caregivers, and patients under home health care resulted in significant improvement in terms of patient’s safety, fall risk and incidence.