Confidence in yourself and your nursing skills is key. It is hard sometimes to talk yourself up, but talk yourself up! "I have been a home health nurse for x amount of time. I chose home health, as I felt that it would increase my assessment abilities, my critical thinking skills, as well as my clinical skill set, which now I can confidently transition and apply to acute care in a hospital enviroment" "In my time with HH, I am learned in xyz, which would be an assett to your organization. I am also learned in what I know, and what I don't know I quickly learn where to find the answers". Refer to your resume, which should list your entire skill set and any certifications. To tell them that you average "X" amount of patients in any given day, monitor patients with an average of "X" amount of medications, as well as treatments ranging from wound care to acute changes in condition--and have to communicate that information to a number of team members is a plus. You are an independent self-starter, who has the ability to be an intergral part of a health care team. (<----because you have to be in HH). One of the most important things that a home health nurse does is to monitor and assess, and intervene as needed. This transitions well into acute hospital nursing. Where you tend to be more "quiet" think of it as a calm presence and statement of fact, as opposed to egotistical rambling.....which works in your favor.