The 2018 State of Connectivity Report for Home Health & Hospice
A new study from NAHC and Forcura shows how and a lack of  interoperability and standards is holding the industry back. Why is this happening, what can be done about it, and what does the future hold? Read the report and find out!
Get Critical Insights into the CMS interpretative Guidelines for the HHCoP!
NAHC’s September  webinar on the CMS interpretative guidelines for the home health conditions of participation (HHCoP) was overwhelmed with response and many could not join. Therefore, we will be re-running the webinar for NAHC members only on Tuesday, October 16.  LEARN MORE!

The devastation caused by Hurricane Florence has stunned and saddened us all. Thousands of people who work in home care and hospice in the Carolinas are dealing with terrible hardship and loss. Now is the time for us to lend a hand to those who have devoted their lives to caring for others. Please donate to the Hurricane Florence Disaster Relief Fund for Home Care & Hospice Employees. LEARN MORE.

Don’t Miss this Crucial 5-Part Webinar Series on Maintenance Therapy!
We are excited to announce that Kornetti and Krafft, experts in the realm of therapy, are presenting a five-part series of webinars with NAHC on an area of great need in the home care area: Maintenance Therapy.

CMS has proposed a big rate cut for home health agencies in 2020,  based on unproven assumptions about provider behavior. A bill in Congress  would prevent CMS from using faulty assumptions to impose rate cuts. Use NAHC’s Legislative Action Center to contact your representatives in Congress and ask them to support this legislation and protect home health patients and providers today. Congress can protect home health, but we need your voice to make it happen. 

The 2018 Home Care and Hospice Conference and Expo was a huge success. The best and brightest in the industry spent three days learning, networking, and becoming better leaders for the companies and their communities. Have a look at what was perhaps the best NAHC Conference ever!

NAHC Applauds Introduction of Legislation to Strengthen Medicare Home Health Reforms
NAHC and its allies are working hard to prevent a big home health rate cut by the CMS. New legislation in Congress has been introduced to stop those cuts from happening. Read our joint statement.

It was the Can’t-Miss Event for Home Care & Hospice Pros!

The 2018 Home Care and Hospice Conference & Expo was a huge success, with more education, more inspiration, and more networking than any event of its kind in the entire industry. We hope you made it to Grapevine, Texas from October 7-9, 2018, but if you did not, we sure hope to see you in Seattle next October. Save the date! Until then, check out this video of industry professionals talking about NAHC’s signature yearly event.

Upcoming Webinars at NAHC!

Everyone knows NAHC produces the best home health and hospice education, but it doesn’t just happen at our conferences. You can get access to our industry experts and insiders without ever leaving your home or office. Check out these upcoming webinars here at NAHC!

Don’t Miss this Crucial 5-Part Webinar Series on Maintenance Therapy!

Many home health agencies, as well as their therapy staff, have limited or no experience in addressing the issue of maintenance therapy, but getting this information right is critical for any organization to ensure that the revenue generated by this arm of the home health benefit is soundly protected in the audit-intensive environment in the industry. This webinar series will provide clear and concise information about the do’s & don’ts of home health maintenance therapy.

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Insights into the CMS Interpretative Guidelines for the Home Health Conditions of Participation!

CMS’ Final HHCoPs contain the first major revision of several areas since 1989.  The rule expands standards for patient rights, care planning and care coordination and creates two new requirements — one for a quality assessment and performance improvement program (QAPI) and another for an infection control program.

Join us on October 16, 2018 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM ET for a free webinar to learn important insights into CMS’s Interpretive Guidelines for these new regulations. Faculty will be NAHC Vice President for Regulatory Affairs Mary Carr.

This will be a FREE members only webinar.

Registration Now Open!

Current Trends in Regulatory & Legal Issues: An Update on Private Duty with Bill Dombi and Angelo Spinola. Next edition is Thursday, October 18, 2018.

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