Tell the Senate to Include HCBS in COVID-19 Relief Legislation!
On Tuesday August 4th, we ask you to join us by contacting your U.S. Senators as they debate the next Coronavirus aide bill. In the absence of the appropriate support, protections, and funding, the safety and retention of this workforce and these crucial services are in jeopardy at a time when they are needed most. Take action today!

The Best Value in Home Care & Hospice
NAHC is the leading trade association for home care and hospice patients and their families – and for professionals like you – and we need your support to ensure that the home takes its rightful place at the center of American health care. Join or Renew Today

Essential Coronavirus Tools & Resources for Home Care & Hospice
As with any other newly identified virus there is much to learn about the disease process, mode of transmission, incubation period, symptoms, and treatment. We've developed a resource page to keep you informed. Learn more

Advance Your Career as a CHCE
The Certified Home Care & Hospice Executive (CHCE) credential is a must have credential for all home care and hospice leaders. During this time of increased public scrutiny and rapid growth in the number of providers, the CHCE will set you apart from all the rest. Get Started Today

Private Duty Accreditation is Here!
Growth in the private duty industry over the past few years has led to calls for more oversight and regulation. Beat the mandates and stand out from your competition by becoming an accredited private duty home care agency now. Learn more
Home Health Thanks Sen. Susan Collins!
The struggle to allow non-physician practitioners to certify Medicare patients for home health services lasted 13 long years, but it ended in success in April 2020. In this video, NAHC and home health leaders thank Senator Collins for her unwavering leadership on this critical issue. Watch it here

 Essential COVID-19 Tools & Resources for
Home Care & Hospice

As we continue to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 public health emergency, as with any other newly identified virus there is much to learn about the disease process, mode of transmission, incubation period, symptoms, and treatment. We developed an extensive resource page to keep you informed and up-to-date. Learn more 


Advocate for Home Care Workers on the Frontlines

Now, more than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic, home-based care has come to the forefront as a way to keep those at the highest risk for the virus at home while receiving the care they need under the watchful eye of a home care professional. Congress and federal agencies must take a series of steps to ensure retention and recruitment of a home care workforce with all available and proper safety equipment during the Public Health Emergency. Take action!


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