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  NAHC Report: Issue# 2802, 12/8/2015
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NAHC’s Medicaid Action Council to Governors: Support Nurses and Caregivers Who Support Individuals Covered by Medicaid
Private Duty Conference Spotlight: Education Session to Focus on Branding
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NAHC’s Medicaid Action Council to Governors: Support Nurses and Caregivers Who Support Individuals Covered by Medicaid

The Medicaid Action Council (Council), an affiliate of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC), has sent a letter to all 50 governors and state Medicaid directors across the country encouraging support for nurses and caregivers who support individuals covered by Medicaid as a means of strengthening Medicaid programs.

In the letter, the Council expressed the importance of nurses and in-home caregivers to state Medicaid programs. “As you know, nurses and other in-home caregivers serve a critical role in keeping individuals and families together and healthy, and are essential assets in your state’s efforts to manage complex clinical and economic conditions in communities,” the Council stated in the letter. “Nurses and in-home caregivers work every day on the front lines of public health, striving to improve or maintain life quality, opportunity and social functioning in complex populations. Without such dedicated caregivers, safety net programs like Medicaid would struggle to meet their mission, and would face more costly alternatives like institutional care.”

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Private Duty Conference Spotlight: Education Session to Focus on Branding

The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) is holding the 2016 Private Duty Home Care Conference in Charleston, South Carolina, on February 1-2, 2016. NAHC Report will be highlighting education sessions at the Private Duty Conference, including interviews with faculty and experts, as well as previews of the key takeaways that participants will gain.

The 2016 Private Duty Conference will include an education session on branding titled, “Branding Your Agency - Communicating Your Heart and Passion.” The lead faculty for the session will be Bob Roth, Managing Partner of Cypress HomeCare Solutions in Phoenix, Arizona.

“Branding is something that is not often clearly understood,” Roth said. “Too much time is spent on the business without conveying to your market your message about who you are and how you are different from the masses that are attempting to provide similar services.”

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2016 Private Duty Home Care Conference

At the Private Duty Home Care Conference, you’ll participate in education sessions on marketing and operations tactics, financial acuity, staff recruitment and retention, and more. You’ll hear from leaders and experts at lectures, roundtables, panel discussions, and more. You’ll learn from success stories and pioneering strategies with statistical analysis, data-driven forecasting, improvement studies, and more. Our conference faculty will guide you through legal and regulatory changes. We value what Private Duty brings to the industry and we support your business achievements.

The Private Duty Home Care Conference will feature one-and-half days of speakers, education sessions, and networking opportunities in charming Charleston, South Carolina where you’ll enjoy special rates at the Doubletree Hotel in the heart of the Market District. Reserve your room now to take advantage of our special low rate of $159 while rooms are still available.

This conference is where you can get real solutions to real issues. So, together we can make real progress.

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