NAHC’s Private Duty 2023 Year In Review: A Year of Collaboration and Growth

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2023 proved to be a transformative phase for the Private Duty sector within the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC). Notably, the sector experienced substantial positive changes marked by enhanced educational platforms, significant partnerships, and expanded membership benefits. These advancements were in line with the strategic objectives outlined in NAHC’s visionary plan, aimed […]

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Comments on Dept. of Labor Proposed Salary Rule Due November 7

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On September 8, 2023, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) released proposed updates and revisions to regulations governed by the Fair Labor Standards Act, which pertain to exemptions from minimum wage and overtime pay requirements for executive, professional, and outside sales employees. These revisions notably involve raising the standard salary level for full-time employees from […]

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Sessions & Networking for Private Duty Pros

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Experience education designed for the private duty community, special networking and receptions, and a dedicated keynote — while getting complete access to the 2023 Home Care and Hospice Conference & Expo. We look forward to seeing you in National Harbor, MD! Only one registration is required. KEYNOTE SPEAKER Voices from the Frontlines: Tackling Workforce Challenges […]

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Home Care Data Point for October 2023: Top 10 Marketing Sources

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Welcome to the October 2023 Home Care Data Point from NAHC and Home Care Pulse. For this data point, survey participants were asked to “Select your top five revenue-generating sales & marketing sources in 2022 and the results, from word of mouth to the Internet, are quite interesting. Home Care Pulse selected the top ten […]

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NAHC Analysis: Proposed Rule for Adult Protective Services

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The Administration for Community Living is soliciting feedback on a proposed rule that aims to set the first-ever federal regulations for adult protective services (APS) programs. This rule is designed to enhance the consistency and quality of APS services provided by states, with the overarching goal of better serving adults who face or are at […]

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Home Care Industry Update

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Register now for the Polsinelli, National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC), and Home Care Association of America (HCAOA)’s legal update tailored for the Home-Based Care Industry (home health, home care, and hospice providers). We will be discussing the current deal market and developing trend of larger home-based providers targeting smaller home care agencies for acquisition. You will […]

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Input Needed: Proposed Regulations for Adult Protective Services Programs

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The Administration for Community Living (ACL) is seeking input on a proposed rule to establish the first-ever federal regulations for adult protective services (APS) programs. Instructions for submitting comments and registering for an informational webinar can be found on ACL.gov. APS programs across the country support older adults and adults with disabilities who experience, or […]

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Home Care Industry Update Webinar

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Register now for the Polsinelli, National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC), and Home Care Association of America (HCAOA)’s legal update tailored for the Home-Based Care Industry (home health, home care, and hospice providers). We will be discussing the current deal market and developing trend of larger home-based providers targeting smaller home care agencies for acquisition. You will […]

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Florida Court Ruling on PDN & Implications for Medicaid Nationally

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Recently, a Federal Court decision in Florida directed the state to expand the availability of community-based services and move children in the Medicaid program out of institutional settings. As Ms. Elizabeth E. Hogue, Esq wrote in an explanation of the decision, the court ruling specifically identified deficiencies with the availability of Private Duty Nursing as a root cause of […]

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Patients and Discrimination Against Caregivers

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has sued ACARE HHC, Inc.; doing business as Four Seasons Licensed Home Health Care Agency in Brooklyn, New York; on the basis that the Agency removed home health aides from work assignments based on their race and national origin in order to accommodate client preferences in violation of the […]

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IMPORTANT Summit Update & Workforce Solutions

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Private Duty Summit attendees can NOW enjoy complete access to the entire 2023 Home Care and Hospice Conference & Expo with just one registration. When you register, you will gain entry to an additional 40+ immersive sessions led by over 100 experts breaking down everything from finance to regulation to compliance to so much more. […]

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The Countdown Starts Now… Just a Few Days to SAVE $100

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The 2023 Home Care and Hospice Conference & Expo is coming up in two months— take advantage of $100 off registration with code JoinNAHC100 until August 31, 2023. This year we’re bringing in some of the top names in home health and hospice to break down industry trends and challenges on the horizon. Over 100 speakers are here to […]

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