FMC 2023 Early Bird Rate Ends Soon! Register Before it Ends

Learn more about FMC 2023 Register for FMC 2023 Take advantage now and register for the 2023 Financial Management Conference (FMC) before June 1, 2023, for the lowest rate. Discover new insights with engaging sessions led by thought-provoking speakers and leave with enormous takeaways. You’ll also get up to speed on the latest industry products…

Unlock the Secrets to Superior Financial Management at FMC 2023

Register for FMC 2023 Learn more about FMC 2023 Take advantage of our early bird rate! It ends June 1. The market is changing fast and requires constant pivoting — FMC 2023 is the place to build your portfolio of solutions to tackle what’s ahead. Join hundreds of financial experts in home care and hospice to get…

FMC 2023 Education & Speakers Announced!

Learn more about FMC 2023 Register for FMC 2023 Register by June 1 for our best rates The 2023 Financial Management Conference (FMC) just announced sessions and speakers! We review, analyze and implement your feedback each year into designing the best programming for home care and hospice financial leaders. Unlock your full potential with 28…

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Register Learn more Get ready for the 2023 Financial Management Conference (FMC)! This high-impact 2+ day event is where leaders in finance and administration come to grow, connect, and positively impact home care and hospice. Drive your organization and career to new levels by exploring new ideas and practices in one of the world’s most…

Register for FMC 2023 for the Best Hospice Education

  • Register by June 1 for the best rate
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  • FMC 2023 is July 16-18 in New Orleans

The National Association for Home Care and Hospice (NAHC) is thrilled to open registration for the 2023 Financial Management Conference (FMC).

Join us in New Orleans this July 16-18 for 2+ days of dynamic sessions and world-class networking while enjoying the BIG EASY. Take advantage of all the unique opportunities #FMC2023 offers—a must-attend CEOs, CFOs, administrative officers, financial managers in home care and hospice.

Register by June 1, 2023 to get the best rate and join the industry professionals who understand your day-to-day reality and challenges.


There are many motives to attend, but we’ve outlined five. Show these to your boss to justify attending, along with just a few testimonials from happy past attendees. 9 out of 10 2022 attendee survey respondents said they would recommend FMC to a friend.


Experience 28 immersive sessions led by content leaders across diverse areas of the industry. You can tailor your sessions to create a unique track based on your goals. Invest in yourself, your organization, and your career.

There are many educational sessions directly applicable to running a first class hospice and palliative care organization. Below are just four examples of what you can look forward to.

  1. Hospice Benchmarks & How to Use Them

Hospice benchmarks are like beignets; there are lots of them, everyone thinks they are great, but too many of them may not be good for you. This session will focus on key Hospice benchmarks-both internal metrics you should be tracking and disseminating, as well as publicly available such as the PEPPER report. This session will review the critical KPIs every hospice agency should be monitoring (and the appropriate time period in terms of reviewing the metrics), explain how KPIs can be used to move the needle on performance, and help attendees understand the key clinical and operational metrics that drive financial success.

2. Hurricane of Hospice Medical Review is Coming    

This session will discuss the governmental payor and non-governmental payor audit and investigative initiatives relating to hospice medical review and hospice eligibility. Recent trends, settlements and government and payor guidance will be discussed. This session will discuss best practices to assist hospice providers successfully navigate medical reviews and will provide practical “do’s” and “dont’s” for dealing with these reviews.

3. Medicare Advantage: Hospice VBID   

The Medicare Advantage Value-Based Insurance Design (VBID) Hospice Benefit Component demonstration entered Phase 3 January 2023. Most MAT Organizations have chosen to volunteer participation for at least some of their MA Plan Packages, which makes Hospice care among their benefit offerings. The four-year demonstration program started in January 2021 and has grown in scope, but aspects of the model are changing over time. This session will provide insights into key elements of the model, including various hospice providers’ experience under the model, key considerations related to contracting with MA plans as an in-network hospice provider and what providers that are out of network must consider. The demonstration has released the first annual report and the results will be reviewed in this session.

4. Jazzing up the Hospice Revenue Cycle: Compliance, Efficiency, & Cash Flow  

An optimized hospice revenue cycle effectively maintains cash flow and minimizes write-offs in a compliant and efficient way. Every year new challenges threaten to disrupt the revenue cycle, as new compliance risks continue to emerge and the hospice billing and payment landscape continues to evolve. Historical challenges, such as nursing facility room and board and Medicaid managed care organization billing and payment, continue to exist, along with added complexities created by the expanding Value-Based Insurance Design (VBID) demonstration project, increasing frequency of Targeted Probe and Educate (TPE) audits, and heightened scrutiny by the Office of Inspector General and program integrity contractors. This session will provide attendees with an update on the latest billing and payment issues while examining actionable strategies for optimizing revenue cycle process management and resulting cash flow and mitigating compliance risks. Industry benchmarks for key performance indicators (KPIs) will also be shared to allow attendees to compare revenue cycle performance.


The expo connects c-suite executives and upper-level management – with over 50 vendors who offer a variety of products and services tailored to the industry. Network, get onsite demos, and explore the latest trends to stay competitive.

FMC 2023 will be the most important event of the year for financial professionals in home care, home health, and hospice. Give your organization and your career a boost by being there in New Orleans July 16-18. We look forward to seeing you.


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REGISTER HERE Register by June 1 for the best rate Learn more HERE FMC 2023 is July 16-18 in New Orleans The National Association for Home Care and Hospice (NAHC) is thrilled to open registration for the 2023 Financial Management Conference (FMC). Join us in New Orleans this July 16-18 for 2+ days of dynamic…

Experts Needed for the 2023 Financial Management Conference

See below for sessions that need an expert like you to lead See the FMC 2023 Education Deadline to submit your speaker application to present is Wednesday, March 8, 2023. The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) and the Home Care & Hospice Financial Managers Association (HHFMA) are announcing a call for speakers to the…

Call for Speakers to the 2023 Financial Management Conference!

See the FMC 2023 Education Deadline to submit your speaker application to present is Monday, March 6, 2023. The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) and the Home Care & Hospice Financial Managers Association (HHFMA) are announcing a call for speakers to the 2023 Financial Management Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, July 16-18 2023. The  deadline…

Call for Speakers to the 2023 Financial Management Conference!

See the FMC 2023 Education Deadline to submit your speaker application to present is Monday, March 6, 2023. The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) and the Home Care & Hospice Financial Managers Association (HHFMA) are announcing a call for speakers to the 2023 Financial Management Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, July 16-18 2023. The …

Superb Private Duty Education at FMC 2022

The 2022 Financial Management Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada is over, but it was filled with important and useful private duty education that you can still consume if you attended the conference and missed something of value.

“Listening in on the sessions that focused on private duty was great! Everything was taught by industry experts whose knowledge I’ve relied on for years,” said Private Duty Home Care at NAHC Executive Director Kristen Walker. “As a former home care agency owner, I found all of it beneficial to running a private duty business.”

FMC 2022 featured nine education sessions of interest to private duty executives and financial professionals. Here they are again, in case you missed any one of them.

Recruitment and Retention: Strategies to Overcome Staffing Challenges

The biggest challenge for Home Health and Hospice providers, now and well into the future, is dealing with workforce challenges. The key for maximizing the ROI is to focus on retention. This session will help guide your decision making around compensation, professional development, growth potential for staff and overall company culture, which all influences employee retention. There are winners and losers when it comes to talent – this session will offer the takeaways you need to ensure you are a winner!

The Secrets Hidden in Your Financial Statements

In evaluating mergers and acquisition opportunities, we tend to focus mostly on a prospect’s revenues and earnings, but there is so much more to glean from financial statements and other related reports. These clues can help solve the valuation riddle that relies upon income, growth, and risk.  In this session, we discuss the hidden gems to look for, what they mean, and how they might impact a buyer’s and seller’s acquisition or divestiture decisions.

Utilizing New Technologies to Automate and Transform Your Company

Medicine is changing rapidly, and the agencies able to do more with less will be able to grow and improve their margins and outcomes. Learn what technologies are transforming home health and hospice, including artificial intelligence, wearable tech, and process automation, and discover how to use these innovations to move your agency into the future.

Turning Vision into Value: Top 3 Business Opportunities for Private Duty Agencies

Older Americans with chronic illness and other maladies of aging insist on remaining as independent as possible and aging in place. This presents the Private Duty arena with enormous opportunities. How can Private Duty agencies set themselves apart? What innovations have you yet to capitalize on? Industry experts will discuss several opportunities that your organization can take advantage of to serve your communities better while also increasing the value of your organization and having meaningful positive impacts on your bottom line. This session will touch on the top three business opportunities for Private Duty agencies and help your organization become a trailblazer.

Creative Ways to Expand Your Workforce

Home-based care workforce capacity has reached a tipping point with the demands of COVID-19.  Organizations have experienced a crisis leading to increases in turnover, retirement, and burnout, while facing critical demand for care. New solutions that are grounded in what motivates the workforce must be developed to meet this demand.

Together, we’ll explore highlights from a recent data analysis surfacing the attributes of today’s caregiver and how to expand hiring and onboarding strategies across the entire employee journey. We’ll also consider new thinking on workforce strategies including the financial and operational components of working with internships, universities, and training institutions.

Developing Talent Within: Mentoring Middle Management to the C-Suite

Talent is one of an organization’s most valuable assets. Filling C-Suite roles from within the organization provides smooth transition of management and extension of company values and culture. Achievement of internal promotion into CEO, CFO and COO roles requires a strong intentional mentoring and leadership plan to give aspiring managers the opportunities to develop necessary executive skills. Over the past year, nearly 30 million Baby Boomers retired, making it more important than ever to develop a strong succession plan for organizational leadership.

Diversifying Service Lines

Home care market transformation is rapidly impacting how services are funded, the scope of services provided in the home, the complexity of patients being cared for in the home, and the expectations to improve health and cost outcomes. Diversifying service line offerings could be a valuable tool to strategically position providers to meet these market demands. This session will benefit organizational leaders with an understanding of the strategic, financial and outcomes benefits of a range of complementary home care products such as private duty, hospice, behavioral health, care management, visiting physicians and personal care.

Choose Home Care Act: Its Impact on Home Care Agencies

The Choose Home Care Act, introduced in 2021 on a bipartisan basis in both the U.S. House and Senate, aims to increase access to care in the home following hospitalization for eligible Medicare beneficiaries by providing a post-acute option for nursing home level services at home. This Act represents significant changes and opportunities in the delivery of home care for agencies and their patients.

Staffing Strategies in a Pandemic World and Beyond

Staffing issues have become more prominent in the home-based services industry. Forward-thinking agencies are constantly seeking ways to recruit, lead, and retain a competent and satisfied workforce. As the industry moves beyond COVID-19, it is time to consider a strategy to not simply fill positions but look at business goals, meaningful work, and future opportunities.

Look for more private duty education coming from NAHC soon, such as:

Hope to see you at all of them!