NAHC is Seeking Member Input on its 2014 Home Care & Hospice Legislative, Regulatory Priorities
Member Feedback will Guide NAHC’s Legislative and Regulatory Advocacy in the Crucial Upcoming Year
January 9, 2014 09:46 AM
In preparation for the year's largest gathering of home care and hospice advocates in Washington, DC at the 2014 Home Care and Hospice March on Washington, March 23-26, the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) is soliciting members' and advocates' input regarding the most important and significant legislative and regulatory challenges and concerns for the home care and hospice industry. NAHC will use these priorities to guide its legislative and regulatory advocacy during the March on Washington and throughout 2014.
Three simple online questionnaires are now available to allow home care and hospice organizations, as well as other interested parties, to provide their input. The questionnaires will only be available through Wednesday, January 22, 2014, so please take a moment and cast your votes as soon as possible. Agencies or organizations that provide only hospice care are asked to complete only the hospice questionnaire.
The questionnaires include:
2014 NAHC Legislative Priorities
2014 NAHC Regulatory Priorities
2014 Hospice Legislative & Regulatory Priorities
Items should be ranked on the questionnaires according to the level of importance the voter believes they hold for the home care and hospice community. Again, questionnaires must be completed no later than Wednesday, January 22, 2014 to allow votes to be included in each final tally. Please note that each agency is allowed only one submission; faxed copies of the questionnaire cannot be accepted.
Be sure your voice is heard on these important priorities for the coming year!