Please Take this Hospice Audit Survey! NAHC is collecting information on audits of hospice claims to share with the CMS, in order to correct issues related to the audits.
The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) is the largest and most respected professional association representing the interests of chronically ill, disabled, and dying Americans of all ages and the caregivers who provide them with in-home health and hospice services.
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We offer webinars, tool kits, guidance, regulatory updates, and direct communication with other members and staff to help those who work in the following areas of home care and hospice.
Home Care Providers
Home Care guidance & support to improve your service offerings.
If you offer skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, aide services, and medical social work provided to patients in their homes, NAHC can help you expand your skills, education, business tools, and more. Find out what we offer to Home Care Providers.
Hospice Care guidance & support to improve your service offerings.
If you offer a comprehensive approach to end-of-life care designed to maximize comfort for a person who is terminally ill by reducing pain and addressing physical, psychological, social, and spiritual needs, NAHC can help you expand your skills, education, business tools, and more.
Private Duty Providers
Private Duty guidance & support to improve your service offerings.
The nation’s private duty care and services community fulfills a unique and essential purpose in modern life. Private duty care provides critical, quality, home-based care, and living support services for individuals young and old, helping them live full, independent, and connected lives in the comfort of wherever they call home. NAHC offers benefits to Private Duty providers so you can continue to provide the best services for your clients.
Experience the perks of being a Business Partner listed with NAHC.
Partner up with NAHC and expand your business recognition while standing apart from the competition. See how being a Business Provider listed with NAHC can help you and your business.
Guidance & support to help State Associations continue to provide the best for their state.
State Association membership at NAHC is open to all organizations representing home care and hospice providers on a state level. A major focus of the Forum of State Associations is to assist state associations to develop and grow into strong state advocates and fiscally sound organizations. See how being apart of NAHC can help your association.
Patient & Family Help
Patient and Family Member services to help you wherever you are in your journey.
Find providers through NAHC, see how NAHC advocates for you, get financial information, and more for patients and family members of those being helped by the Home Care & Hospice community.
Are you a member of The Home Care and Hospice Financial Managers Association (HHFMA)? You can now find all your HHFMA resources and materials in one place, here on NAHC.org.
The NAHC Report
The NAHC Report is your home for the latest member news, press releases, and discussions about all things home care and hospice related; updated daily.
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