The Private Duty Benefits of NAHC Membership

As a member of NAHC, you already know that membership has its privileges. From complimentary webinars to up-to-the-minute news announcements related to our industry, NAHC prides itself on bringing the very best in class to our members. But, are you aware of all of the benefits available for NAHC’s Private Duty members? Here’s a look:

  1. Expert advice and regulatory guidance just a phone call or email away;
  2. Policy advocates fighting on your behalf year-round before agencies like the Department of Labor, the IRS, and Health & Human Services;
  3. The opportunity to participate in NAHC’s Private Duty Home Care Certification program, the only national certification created by private duty leaders, exclusively for the private duty community;
  4. Inclusion in the NAHC Communities, our online vibrant and respected community of home care, home health and hospice professionals that allows for networking, sharing of information and best practices, plus up-to-the-minute updates about news that affects your business. Sign up to be part of one or all!
  5. World-class educational programming offered free or at the lowest cost to members, including our Annual Conference and Expo, held each fall, the Financial Managers’ Conference each summer and the Private Duty at NAHC Leadership Summits in the spring, along with various meetings, workshops and webinars year-round;
  6. Exposure to potential referrals via an Enhanced Listing on our Agency Locator, an online searchable database used by consumers;
  7. Subscription to the Private Duty Source, a members-only newsletter delivering weekly updates on the latest news affecting private pay home care;
  8. Two complimentary job postings per month on the NAHC Home Care & Hospice Career Center;
  9. Tools and resources, including model forms, policies and procedures, and other documents, plus links to various States’ regulatory websites and State Associations;
  10. Exclusive discounts on products and services through NAHC affinity partnerships, including savings on translation services, insurance, and more, in the Business Partner Marketplace; and,
  11. Demonstrate your integrity and commitment to the home care industry on your website and in marketing materials with the NAHC member seal.

Have questions or thoughts about other benefits you’d like to see? Contact Kristen Wheeler, Executive Director of Private Duty Home Care at NAHC, at kwheeler@nahc.org or (305) 849-1300.

The Private Duty Benefits of NAHC Membership

As a member of NAHC, you already know that membership has its privileges. From complimentary webinars to up-to-the-minute news announcements related to our industry, NAHC prides itself on bringing the very best in class to our members. But, are you aware of all of the benefits available for NAHC’s Private Duty members? Here’s a look:

  1. Expert advice and regulatory guidance just a phone call or email away;
  2. Policy advocates fighting on your behalf year-round before agencies like the Department of Labor, the IRS, and Health & Human Services;
  3. The opportunity to participate in NAHC’s Private Duty Home Care Certification program, the only national certification created by private duty leaders, exclusively for the private duty community;
  4. Inclusion in the NAHC Communities, our online vibrant and respected community of home care, home health and hospice professionals that allows for networking, sharing of information and best practices, plus up-to-the-minute updates about news that affects your business. Sign up to be part of one or all!
  5. World-class educational programming offered free or at the lowest cost to members, including our Annual Conference and Expo, held each fall, the Financial Managers’ Conference each summer and the Private Duty at NAHC Leadership Summits in the spring, along with various meetings, workshops and webinars year-round;
  6. Exposure to potential referrals via an Enhanced Listing on our Agency Locator, an online searchable database used by consumers;
  7. Subscription to the Private Duty Source, a members-only newsletter delivering weekly updates on the latest news affecting private pay home care;
  8. Two complimentary job postings per month on the NAHC Home Care & Hospice Career Center;
  9. Tools and resources, including model forms, policies and procedures, and other documents, plus links to various States’ regulatory websites and State Associations;
  10. Exclusive discounts on products and services through NAHC affinity partnerships, including savings on translation services, insurance, and more, in the Business Partner Marketplace; and,
  11. Demonstrate your integrity and commitment to the home care industry on your website and in marketing materials with the NAHC member seal.

Have questions or thoughts about other benefits you’d like to see? Contact Kristen Wheeler, Executive Director of Private Duty Home Care at NAHC, at kwheeler@nahc.org or (305) 849-1300.

NAHC Membership Has its Privileges

“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.”

– Kim Gaffey, CEO of Gaffey Home Nursing & Hospice

In addition to the best advocacy, news updates, and policy analysis in the entire industry, NAHC membership entitles you to a wide variety of extremely useful discounts and other advantages. With a NAHC membership you receive, among many other things, discounts to our conferences and webinars, unique networking opportunities with current and future industry leaders, affinity programs that give you exclusive access to valuable products and services, and the NAHC mentoring program, bringing the industry’s present and future together to build a stronger tomorrow.

Discounts to Conferences & Webinars

If you’ve attended the Financial Management Conference, the Home Care and Hospice Conference and Expo, or any of the dozens of NAHC webinars presented every year, you know what a great value they are. They’re an even better value if you’re a NAHC member. Being a NAHC member entitles you to substantial discounts on attending our conferences, as well as our webinars. This gives you access to the best education in home care and hospice at a price anyone in the industry can afford.

NAHC Business Partners also receive discounts on attendance, exhibiting, sponsorship, and advertising. If you represent a company with products or services of value to home care and hospice providers, it makes no sense to not be a NAHC member. Enjoy our big discounts while supporting the industry leader in advocacy and education.

MAC Legacy has found NAHC to be one of the premier industry resources to capture our audience in both exhibits and e-publications. When utilizing their resources, we are able to get in front of our current and prospective customers and see a return on the investment spent on advertising. If you are determining which resources to utilize when advertising, you don’t want to miss the game changing opportunities provided by NAHC.

Kati Hale – Chief Operations Officer, MAC Legacy

Networking

NAHC conferences are attended by the most important executives and the most influential thought leaders in the industry. However, our conferences are not just a place for the C-suite to meet and greet. You’ll find not just the industry leaders of today at our meetings, you’ll also find the industry leaders of tomorrow.

But don’t take our word for it.

“FMC is a highly anticipated event for our company each year. In addition to consistent attendance, the conference provides valuable opportunities to network face-to-face with key financial decision makers within our industry that’s unparallel to other financial-based conferences.”

– Janna Schulze, CTSM, Event Marketing Manager, Homecare Homebase

Affinity Programs

NAHC Affinity Programs help its members by arranging discounts and group purchasing agreements for products and services every agency uses on a daily basis. Listed below are some examples of special deals and discounts that NAHC members can enjoy. NAHC members enjoy privileged access to discounts on premium services:

  • language interpretation software with Boostlingo
  • become a senior home safety specialist with Age Safe America
  • receive an employee retention credit with almost no effort on your part with ERC Today
  • streamline efficient payroll practices with ADP (Contact Curt Raffle at 412-992-1825 or Curt.Raffle@adp.com)
  • computing and tech solutions with Dell Technologies
  • enjoy big savings on auto fleet management with Enterprise
  • quality assurance, performance benchmarking, and caregiver training with Home Care Pulse
  • develop a strong hospice board of directors with Hospice Governance Academy
  • total business insurance solution for home health care, companion care, VNAs, hospices, and medical staffing firm with Manchester Speciality
  • Unlike many insurance carriers, Manchester Speciality works with local agents and brokers
  • an additional five percent discount for NAHC members with Manchester’s worker’s comp insurance
  • online training to meet regulatory & compliance standards with Relias
  • tech solutions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 with WellEntry

Mentoring

The NAHC Mentoring Program pairs individuals at the early and middle growth stage of their careers with current established leaders of the home health, hospice, and community-based service industry for a structured mentorship with the goal of fostering involvement and growth in the NAHC Community through:

  • Networking
  • Navigating Conferences
  • Committee Engagement
  • Leadership Development
  • Advocacy Efforts
  • And more…

All in all, you can see that NAHC membership not only more than pays for itself, it is the best value in home care and hospice. Don’t lose this resource, renew your 2022 NAHC membership today.  https://www.nahc.org/about/renew/

NAHC Membership Has its Privileges

“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.”

– Kim Gaffey, CEO of Gaffey Home Nursing & Hospice

In addition to the best advocacy, news updates, and policy analysis in the entire industry, NAHC membership entitles you to a wide variety of extremely useful discounts and other advantages. With a NAHC membership you receive, among many other things, discounts to our conferences and webinars, unique networking opportunities with current and future industry leaders, affinity programs that give you exclusive access to valuable products and services, and the NAHC mentoring program, bringing the industry’s present and future together to build a stronger tomorrow.

Discounts to Conferences & Webinars

If you’ve attended the Financial Management Conference, the Home Care and Hospice Conference and Expo, or any of the dozens of NAHC webinars presented every year, you know what a great value they are. They’re an even better value if you’re a NAHC member. Being a NAHC member entitles you to substantial discounts on attending our conferences, as well as our webinars. This gives you access to the best education in home care and hospice at a price anyone in the industry can afford.

NAHC Business Partners also receive discounts on attendance, exhibiting, sponsorship, and advertising. If you represent a company with products or services of value to home care and hospice providers, it makes no sense to not be a NAHC member. Enjoy our big discounts while supporting the industry leader in advocacy and education.

MAC Legacy has found NAHC to be one of the premier industry resources to capture our audience in both exhibits and e-publications. When utilizing their resources, we are able to get in front of our current and prospective customers and see a return on the investment spent on advertising. If you are determining which resources to utilize when advertising, you don’t want to miss the game changing opportunities provided by NAHC.

Kati Hale – Chief Operations Officer, MAC Legacy

Networking

NAHC conferences are attended by the most important executives and the most influential thought leaders in the industry. However, our conferences are not just a place for the C-suite to meet and greet. You’ll find not just the industry leaders of today at our meetings, you’ll also find the industry leaders of tomorrow.

But don’t take our word for it.

“FMC is a highly anticipated event for our company each year. In addition to consistent attendance, the conference provides valuable opportunities to network face-to-face with key financial decision makers within our industry that’s unparallel to other financial-based conferences.”

– Janna Schulze, CTSM, Event Marketing Manager, Homecare Homebase

Affinity Programs

NAHC Affinity Programs help its members by arranging discounts and group purchasing agreements for products and services every agency uses on a daily basis. Listed below are some examples of special deals and discounts that NAHC members can enjoy. NAHC members enjoy privileged access to discounts on premium services:

  • language interpretation software with Boostlingo
  • become a senior home safety specialist with Age Safe America
  • receive an employee retention credit with almost no effort on your part with ERC Today
  • streamline efficient payroll practices with ADP (Contact Curt Raffle at 412-992-1825 or Curt.Raffle@adp.com)
  • computing and tech solutions with Dell Technologies
  • enjoy big savings on auto fleet management with Enterprise
  • quality assurance, performance benchmarking, and caregiver training with Home Care Pulse
  • develop a strong hospice board of directors with Hospice Governance Academy
  • total business insurance solution for home health care, companion care, VNAs, hospices, and medical staffing firm with Manchester Speciality
  • Unlike many insurance carriers, Manchester Speciality works with local agents and brokers
  • an additional five percent discount for NAHC members with Manchester’s worker’s comp insurance
  • online training to meet regulatory & compliance standards with Relias
  • tech solutions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 with WellEntry

Mentoring

The NAHC Mentoring Program pairs individuals at the early and middle growth stage of their careers with current established leaders of the home health, hospice, and community-based service industry for a structured mentorship with the goal of fostering involvement and growth in the NAHC Community through:

  • Networking
  • Navigating Conferences
  • Committee Engagement
  • Leadership Development
  • Advocacy Efforts
  • And more…

All in all, you can see that NAHC membership not only more than pays for itself, it is the best value in home care and hospice. Don’t lose this resource, renew your 2022 NAHC membership today.  https://www.nahc.org/about/renew/

NAHC Membership Has its Privileges

  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.” – Kim Gaffey, CEO of Gaffey Home Nursing & Hospice In addition to…

Why NAHC Membership? Our Policy Staff Has 100 Years of Experience & Knowledge

Thank you for providing such great information and being a great source for members to improve our services.”

Keith Sanderson, CareSource Hawaii

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 education and advocacy, as well as up-to-date news and analysis from the most trusted experts in the industry.

NAHC has available to its members a seven-person industry expert team on staff full-time.  We took the time to add up the years they’ve been working in the industry – the tally – 100 years in clinical, operational and policy areas of home health, hospice, palliative care, private duty and infusion. That’s 100 years of expert knowledge available to members to utilize as a resource through industry specific discussion groups, monthly Call with the Experts, newsletters, and direct access to each expert team member.

The members of NAHC’s policy staff are:

William A. Dombi, President of NAHC

Davis Baird, Director of Government Affairs for Hospice

Mary Carr, Vice President for Regulatory Affairs

Theresa Forster, Vice President for Hospice Policy

Calvin McDaniels, Director of Government Affairs for Home Health

Katie Wehri, Director of Home Care & Hospice Regulatory Affairs

Kristen Wheeler, Executive Director of Private Duty Home Care at NAHC

You can find the phone extensions for the experts over on the NAHC Staff page.

NAHC’s knowledge and experience dealing with Congress, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Departments of Health and Human Services, the IRS, and other regulatory agencies is unmatched in the industry. And it is all at our disposal whenver you need it.

Don’t lose this resource, renew your 2022 NAHC membership today.  https://www.nahc.org/about/renew/

Why NAHC Membership? Our Policy Staff Has 100 Years of Experience & Knowledge

Thank you for providing such great information and being a great source for members to improve our services.”

Keith Sanderson, CareSource Hawaii

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 education and advocacy, as well as up-to-date news and analysis from the most trusted experts in the industry.

NAHC has available to its members a seven-person industry expert team on staff full-time.  We took the time to add up the years they’ve been working in the industry – the tally – 100 years in clinical, operational and policy areas of home health, hospice, palliative care, private duty and infusion. That’s 100 years of expert knowledge available to members to utilize as a resource through industry specific discussion groups, monthly Call with the Experts, newsletters, and direct access to each expert team member.

The members of NAHC’s policy staff are:

William A. Dombi, President of NAHC

Davis Baird, Director of Government Affairs for Hospice

Mary Carr, Vice President for Regulatory Affairs

Theresa Forster, Vice President for Hospice Policy

Calvin McDaniels, Director of Government Affairs for Home Health

Katie Wehri, Director of Home Care & Hospice Regulatory Affairs

Kristen Wheeler, Executive Director of Private Duty Home Care at NAHC

You can find the phone extensions for the experts over on the NAHC Staff page.

NAHC’s knowledge and experience dealing with Congress, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Departments of Health and Human Services, the IRS, and other regulatory agencies is unmatched in the industry. And it is all at our disposal whenver you need it.

Don’t lose this resource, renew your 2022 NAHC membership today.  https://www.nahc.org/about/renew/

Why NAHC Membership? Our Policy Staff Has 100 Years of Experience & Knowledge

  If you have not yet renewed, your membership expires on March 31! To renew online: https://www.nahc.org/about/renew/ “Thank you for providing such great information and being a great source for members to improve our services.” Keith Sanderson, CareSource Hawaii The National Association of Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) continued to lead the industry in 2021 through…

NAHC News & Education Makes Membership the Best Value in Home Care & Hospice. Renew Today!

Thank you for providing such great information and being a great source for members to improve our services.”

Keith Sanderson, CareSource Hawaii

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 education and advocacy, as well as up-to-date news and analysis from the most trusted experts in the industry.

NAHC education is the finest in the industry, with more webinars than anyone else, on the topics that matter to your business, your employees, and your patients. Even better, most of them are free to NAHC members.

If you’ve ever been to the Financial Management Conference (in Las Vegas this July!) or the Home Care and Hospice Conference and Expo (St. Louis this October!) you know they feature a faculty with the most respected experts in the industry, as well as networking opportunities with home care and hospice leaders you cannot get anywhere else.

NAHC newsletters, like the one you’re reading right now, are the most-read by industry leaders for the most up-to-date information and expert analysis and insight you can get. From NAHC Report, to the Hospice & Palliative Care Report, to the Private Duty Source, NAHC newsletters are the most respected voice of news in the industry.

“We partner with NAHC because of the high-quality education and advocacy they provide to our industry. The NAHC Financial Management Conference has been a great place for us to learn from peers, share insights and deepen relationships.”

Christopher Taylor, Senior Vice President Channel Partnerships
Axxess

Education benefits:

  • World-class educational programming delivered by the top experts in the industry virtually to over 85,000 attendees by way of 90 webinars;
  • The NAHC Fall Forum delivering 30 hours of essential education covering such topics as Finance/PDGM, Human Resources/DEI, Medicare Advantage, Leadership, Home Health and Hospice information;
  • The 2021 Financial Management Conference provided 30 educational sessions, to over 600 attendees, in-person and digitally, information on how to keep business costs down, as new laws and regulations are navigated, while continuing to give quality care; and
  • The popular members-only e-newsletter NAHC Report continued daily delivery to approximately 6,000 industry professionals on the breaking and latest news and information on legislation, regulations, litigation and other issues affecting home care, hospice and private duty.

Stay connected, renew today.

To renew online: https://www.nahc.org/about/renew/

To request an invoice:  membership@nahc.org

If you have any questions, please contact the Membership Team: (202) 547-7424 x 3410 or email membership@nahc.org

NAHC News & Education Makes Membership the Best Value in Home Care & Hospice. Renew Today!

  If you have not yet renewed, your membership expires on March 31! To renew online: https://www.nahc.org/about/renew/ “Thank you for providing such great information and being a great source for members to improve our services.” Keith Sanderson, CareSource Hawaii The National Association of Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) continued to lead the industry in 2021 through…