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5 Questions With Bill Dombi on the Homecare Workforce

January 1, 1970

The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC), the Home Care Association of America (HCAOA) and BAYADA Home Health Care recently kicked off a new initiative to improve conditions, pay and recognition for homecare workers (read more about it here). NAHC President and CEO Bill Dombi sat down with HomeCare to share more about the new Home Care Workforce Alliance and why the initiative is needed.

HOMECARE: So the new initiative sounds fantastic. What do you envision NAHC’s role in it to be?

DOMBI: Well, if it works out as planned, we will be sitting in a room with other stakeholder organizations and presenting our recommended areas of focus and priorities, and then reaching consensus with those other stakeholders on a plan of action to succeed in getting those priorities established—whether it be legislation, regulation, recommendations for the education world and in a number of other kinds of things that might come up. I don’t want to prejudge what the priorities would be … but there’s a laundry list we have of areas that we think we need to be looking at.

HOMECARE: You said you want other stakeholders. Who should add their voice to this initiative?

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