- If you have not yet renewed, your membership expires on March 31!
- To renew online: https://www.nahc.org/about/renew/
“I have been a member of NAHC almost my entire career and I wouldn’t be in business if I had not been a member of NAHC… The legislative action that NAHC completes for us is invaluable… and without that we would have no power in Washington.” – Kim Gaffey, CEO of Gaffey Home Nursing & Hospice
The National Association of Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) continued to lead the industry in 2021 through the unprecedented challenges faced by home care and hospice providers during the COVID-19 pandemic, the workforce crisis, and the fight for sensible policies to allow Americans to age in their own homes and communities. Now more than ever, home care and hospice providers must be united, for we are all stronger together. Membership in NAHC ensures your access to the best advocacy and education, as well as up-to-date news and analysis from the most trusted experts in the industry.
Not only do your membership dues support NAHC to continue to provide timely information to assist providers in navigating these current challenges, but they also provide support for solutions to protect and invest in the future of home care. NAHC’s purpose is to support, protect and provide resources to assist the effective management of your business and the patients you serve. Together, let’s make the home the center of American health care.
Your membership dues allow NAHC to be the foremost advocate for the industry in Washington, D.C. NAHC is not just the leader in home care and hospice, but one of the most successful advocacy groups in But you don’t have to take our word for it:
“Not many fight for legislative and regulatory causes as much as the National Association for Home Care & Hospice” – Home Health Care News
Here is a quick summary of some of the advocacy benefits you received for your membership in 2021 alone:
- NAHC secured Medicare’s sequestration extension through 2021, this alone saves members two percent of Medicare revenues for a full year. Overall savings are estimated at $360 million for HHAs and $400 million for hospice agencies – translating to 80 years of NAHC membership dues for Medicare providers;
- NAHC lead the introduction of the Choose Home Care Act of 2021;
- Access to over 100 years of industry knowledge, expert advice and one-on-one consultations with NAHC’s seven-member advocacy team;
- An employer tax credit for COVID-19-related leave;
- Expert regulatory guidance in dealing with regulatory agencies such as the CMS, DOL and IRS;
- Hospice survey frequency has been set to a three-year interval versus the previously two-year interval;
- Secured distribution of Rapid and Ellume COVID-19 tests to a segment of home care and hospice agencies; and
- The passing of the Provider Relief Fund & American Rescue Plan to include an estimated $25B for Phase 4 distribution, which includes $8.5B for rural.
This isn’t just the best advocacy in home care and hospice, it is some of the most effective advocacy for any industry in the country. The value of NAHC membership is clear and overwhelming. Renewing your NAHC membership is the best money you will spend all year.