Private Duty Education Sessions Announced for this Year’s March on Washington
The Home Care and Hospice community is at a critical point as new rules are being considered on Capitol Hill that could affect how home care and hospice organizations operate and pose a significant challenge to the mission to serve America’s aged, disabled, and ill.
Join NAHC, your peers and colleagues at this year’s March on Washington to make home care and hospice the center of health care in our country.
Along with legislative meetings and advocacy, this year’s March on Washington will have compelling educational sessions to provide home care and hospice advocate with the tools, skills and information that they need to make the strongest case possible for preserving access to quality home care and hospice services for all who need them.
This year’s Educational Tracks include:
- Medicare Home Care
- Medicare Hospice
- Medicaid Home Care, and,
- Private Duty
Some of the Educational Sessions for the Private Duty track include:
- Employer Mandates under the Affordable Care Act: Status Report
- The Companionship Services Exemption under the FLSA: Compliance and Ongoing Advocacy Efforts
To view all of the Private Duty tracks, please click here.
To register to attend this year’s March on Washington, please click here.