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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HRSA Unveils New Funding to Build Health Workforce

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In response to the escalating demand for skilled healthcare professionals in the context of home health care, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), a division of the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), recently unveiled a new initiative, with funding exceeding $100 million, to fortify and augment the existing nursing workforce. This strategic […]

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NAHC Analysis: Medicaid Unwinding Impacting Thousands of Older Adults and People with Disabilities

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Beginning in April, state Medicaid agencies have begun disenrolling individuals from the program for the first time since 2020 due to the end of COVID-era eligibility requirements. This “unwinding” process represents one of the largest issues in Medicaid policy, with an estimated 15-20 million individuals likely to lose Medicaid coverage over the next 12 months. […]

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Your Help Needed to Improve Worker Safety

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Workforce safety is important to all employers.  As anyone reading or listening to the news knows, violence has increased in the world, and violence again all health care workers has increased as well. NAHC recognizes that the potential dangers of working in the home has been a hidden issue for many, and with the help […]

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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 […]

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Combating the Workforce Crisis: Studies and Insights

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Overview: In recent years, the health care industry had been preparing for a shift towards greater reliance on home-based care. However, the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated this transition, resulting in an immediate demand for home-based care. Unfortunately, the number of families seeking assistance in the home now far surpasses the available workforce capable of providing such […]

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Impactful Education on Legal Compliance & Operations in Private Duty

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The Private Duty Summit has developed exclusive education to help you successfully achieve growth at your private duty home care organization. Whether you’re new to the industry or experienced—this will be the most inspiring three days of learning, connecting, and sharing you’ll have this year. Don’t miss out! The Legal Voice: 2023 Update for Private […]

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We Need YOUR Help to Improve Workforce Safety

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Workforce safety is important to all employers.  As anyone reading or listening to the news knows, violence against health care workers is a continuing and worsening problem. As an industry – as a community – we must come together to solve this problem. NAHC recognizes that the potential dangers of working in the home has […]

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Home Care Data Point for August 2023: Home Care Median Customer Growth Rates

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Welcome to the August 2023 Home Care Data Point from NAHC and Home Care Pulse. The data looks at home care median customer growth rates. As usual, we compare NAHC members with the home care industry as a whole, association membership, and industry masters. The results are very interesting.

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Home Care Data Point for August 2023: Home Care Median Customer Growth Rates

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Welcome to the August 2023 Home Care Data Point from NAHC and Home Care Pulse. The data looks at home care median customer growth rates. As usual, we compare NAHC members with the home care industry as a whole, association membership, and industry masters. The results are very interesting.

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OSHA Finalizes Injury and Illness Log Submission Requirements

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a final rule that amends its occupational injury and illness recordkeeping regulation to require certain employers to electronically submit injury and illness information to OSHA that employers are already required to keep under the recordkeeping regulation. Specifically, OSHA finalized the requirement for establishments with 100 or more employees in […]

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