Congress Seeks Intel on Impact of Travel Nurses on Health Care Sector

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Travel nurses have long been a staple of the health care sector, but as the result of the ongoing health professions shortage and the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE), use of travel nurses has become a much more prevalent aspect of our nation’s health care delivery system.  In conjunction with growth in the demand for […]

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Key Home Health Legislation Builds Support in Congress

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Send a message to Congress now! Help us build even more support The Preserving Access to Home Health Act of 2022 (S. 4605/H.R. 8581), a top NAHC Advocacy priority, is building momentum and adding supporters from both parties in both houses of Congress over the past week. As you probably know, this legislation would prevent the […]

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Who Needs to Fight for Home Care & Hospice? You!

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Wednesday, September 14 REGISTER (required) This is a time of great change and challenge for home care and hospice. After years of being on the front lines of a deadly pandemic, providers are now facing the prospect of dealing with policies that endanger access to quality care in the home, as well as growing costs and demands […]

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Join the Fight for Your Agency, Your Employees, Your Patients

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Wednesday, September 14 REGISTER (required) This is a time of great change and challenge for home care and hospice. After years of being on the front lines of a deadly pandemic, providers are now facing the prospect of dealing with policies that endanger access to quality care in the home, as well as growing costs and […]

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Why Should You Advocate for Home Care & Hospice? This is Why.

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Wednesday, September 14 REGISTER (required) Home health providers are facing a devastating payment cut. The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC) wants Congress to slash the hospice cap. Medicaid home and community-based services (HCBS) rates continue to be woefully inadequate. Despite unprecedented labor and inflationary challenges, care-in-the-home providers of all kinds continue to lack the policy supports […]

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NAHC to Congress: Concerns About the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights

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The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) has written to key members of Congress to express concerns about some portions of the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights Act (H.R.4826),  would make a series of changes to the employment arrangements of domestic workers nationwide, as well as provide added supports to the Medicaid HCBS program. […]

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NAHC to Congress: Concerns About the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights

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The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) has written to key members of Congress to express concerns about some portions of the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights Act (H.R.4826),  would make a series of changes to the employment arrangements of domestic workers nationwide, as well as provide added supports to the Medicaid HCBS program. NAHC […]

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Congress Needs to Hear from You!

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Wednesday, September 14 REGISTER (required) Medicaid home and community-based services (HCBS) rates continue to be woefully inadequate. Despite unprecedented labor and inflationary challenges, care-in-the-home providers of all kinds continue to lack the policy supports they need to meet growing demand. What are we going to do about it? Join us in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, September 14th for […]

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We Need You for the Home Care Workforce Action Alliance!

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Volunteers to help solve this pressing problem are needed! Contact Private Duty Home Care at NAHC’s Kristen Wheeler to be part of the solution The Home Care Workforce Action Alliance (HCWA), a collaboration between the National Association for Home Care & Hospice, the Home Care Association of America (HCAOA) and other stakeholders, met on Thursday, August 4 for an […]

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Congress Needs to Hear from You!

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Wednesday, September 14 REGISTER (required) Home health providers are facing a devastating payment cut. The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC) wants Congress to slash the hospice cap. Medicaid home and community-based services (HCBS) rates continue to be woefully inadequate. Despite unprecedented labor and inflationary challenges, care-in-the-home providers of all kinds continue to lack the policy supports […]

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NAHC Summer Backyard Advocacy Bash is Back!

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August marks the beginning of the annual Summer congressional recess and NAHC’s Summer Backyard Advocacy Bash is back and in full force! Your elected officials will be in their local home offices, right in your own backyard for the next serval weeks, and we want you to engage with them about our key legislative and […]

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Join NAHC in DC to Fight for Home Health Care & Hospice!

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Wednesday, September 14 REGISTER (required) Home health providers are facing a devastating payment cut. The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC) wants Congress to slash the hospice cap. Medicaid home and community-based services (HCBS) rates continue to be woefully inadequate. Despite unprecedented labor and inflationary challenges, care-in-the-home providers of all kinds continue to lack the policy […]

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