Submit your Application to Speak at the Annual Meeting Today!
Submission Deadline is May 19, 2017
We’re excited to announce that our preliminary program for Annual Meeting education sessions is available. As many of you know, we redesigned our process this year, and in lieu of accepting proposals as we have traditionally done, we created original content with the help of volunteer education subcommittee members who responded to our survey and contributed valuable provider perspective, state association executives, NAHC Board of Directors members, and vendors. We included hospice experts, nurses, therapists, palliative care experts, administrators, and executives.
Faculty submissions for the 2017 Annual Meeting are session-specific and should be submitted by May 19, 2017. Contact Katharine Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org or Cheryl Lee at email@example.com
View the sessions and descriptions that prospective faculty will need to speak to HERE.
Get started with your submission as a prospective faculty HERE. You’ll need to locate an existing login if you have previously spoken at a NAHC meeting or create a new one to proceed with your submission.
Triple MAC: CGS, NGS, and Palmetto GBA will all be providing 90-minute updates
Alphabet Soup: IMPACT, PCR, EVV, VBP, QAPI, ACOs, and CoPs
Highs in the 90’s: We have other 90-minute sessions for high-intensity topics
Don’t forget: Even for faculty, if you register for Annual Meeting, all of the content (EXCEPT PRECONFERENCES) will be available for you for free online after the conference as part of Home Care University. No more fretting schedule conflicts!
Tips for our Tools:
Advanced Search: Search through the sessions by our new categories (“tracks”) that include: continuum, innovations, palliative, leadership, regulatory, hospice, technology, talent acquisition, therapy, and more.
Keyword Search: Looking for something specific? You can type in key words like “shared savings,” “population health management,” and “reimbursement.”
Toggle between “Full View” and “Summary View”: “Full View” will display the first 200 characters of a session’s description – great if you’re taking a preliminary scan. “Summary View” makes it easy to scroll through just the session titles and the session dates/times.
It’s a special time of year at NAHC; a time when innovation, education, and industry pride all culminate. We hope you enjoy reading through the programming and selecting sessions to apply for. NAHC looks forward to reading your submissions!
Please note, if the above links do not work, you can copy and paste these URLs into your browser:
Call for speakers – getting started
View the full program of education sessions and their descriptions: