Learn How Good Leaders Can Become Great at the NAHC Fall Forum

Everyone knows that having a motivated and well-trained staff is critical to the success of any home care or hospice agency. However, if the agency’s leadership isn’t well informed about the latest policy developments impacting the industry, that agency will struggle to survive. In addition, agency leaders need to be well-educated about trends in home care and hospice, to adjust their business plan to changing times and circumstances.

The Leadership track at the NAHC Fall Forum will provide industry leaders with the most up-to-date and insightful policy information that will affect their business, as well as offer expert advice on how to master concepts like social determinants of health to improve patient care, and using data to build a stronger workplace culture based on collaboration and effective communication.

On November 10, the final day of the NAHC Fall Forum, you won’t want to miss:

  • The Washington Update is the signature State of the Industry address from NAHC President Bill Dombi, discussing the big issues impacting home care and hospice now and in the future, and what NAHC is doing to fight for your patients, employees, and agency through advocacy, education, and support. This is an in-depth and specialized expert briefing from a D.C. insider you cannot get anywhere else.
  • Whole-human Care: Embracing Social Determinants of Health will demonstrate how value-based care cannot succeed without addressing the social and economic disparities among patients and their impact on health outcomes. Learn how to use data and social determinants to create health equity and improve whole-human care.
  • Using Operational Indicators to Improve Hospice Operations compares your hospice to your state and regional data and hospices with good financial performance. You will hear from a hospice that uses this information to improve efficiency and learn to do the same.
  • Collaboration between operations and finance is critical for any successful agencies, but people in these two roles often work very differently. In Building Collaboration & Communication through a Data Driven Culture, you will learn how to make data the common language spoken across departments, enabling you to meet your goals. Learn the most valuable metrics and strategies for promoting accountability & teamwork.

This is practical education focused on solving problems in your business so you can improve patient care, ensure compliance, expand operations, and increase profitability.

Register for one track or choose all six so everyone in your agency has access to the best education in the industry.

Learn more and register now for the NAHC Fall Forum!

NAHC is very grateful to the generous sponsors of the NAHC Fall Forum:

  • Platinum Sponsors:McKesson and Wellsky
  • Gold Sponsor:MAC Legacy
  • Silver Sponsor:Homecare Homebase
  • Bronze Sponsors:Acurata, Healthcare Provider Solutions, Merrelli & Associates, Inc., Net Health, NetSmart, SimiTree, and Trella Health