In-Depth Home Health & Hopspice Education
Join us in December for the Home Health and Hospice Boot Camps. These workshops are designed for financial professionals who want to sharpen the skills and knowledge needed to improve the management of their home health or hospice financial operations in this changing environment. Learn more

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

PDHCA is Now Private Duty Home Care at NAHC
Recognizing the increasingly, interconnected nature of private duty home care with other segments of home health care, hospice, and the larger healthcare continuum; the Private Duty Homecare Association (PDHCA), with support and guidance from our Advisory Board, has made the decision, effective immediately, to transition PDHCA to become Private Duty Home Care at NAHC- a fully incorporated service line of NAHC. Learn More

No-Pay RAP Fact Sheet and FAQs
Beginning January 1, 2021 home health agencies will be required to submit a request for anticipated payment (RAP) that will be paid at 0%, prior to each claim. Learn More

Advocate for the Future of Home Health Care!
NAHC is proud to serve as the unifying voice for home care and hospice but we need your help to extend our reach and spread the word to lawmakers across the nation. Stop by the NAHC Advocacy Center, our grassroots advocacy tool, to find the resources you need. Become an Advocate Today!

 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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