Mission: To provide business analytics information to NAHC HHFMA members that better informs home health and hospice decision-making.
Role: The role of the Business Analytics Committee is to keep constant surveillance of business issues critical to financial managers, and through the pooling of Committee member resources, provide related data and analysis to NAHC HHFMA members.
M. Aaron Little
Mission: To ensure the Home Health and Hospice Financial Managers Association (HHFMA) communication activities support the efforts of the National Association for Home Care and Hospice and are responsive to the needs of the membership and the professional at large.
Role: The Communication Committee serves as the group responsible for organizing, publishing, issuing or otherwise communicating activities and results of HHFMA Committees to the HHFMA membership and to the industry.
Mission: To ensure the Home Health and Hospice Financial Managers Association (HHFMA) conferences, seminars, webinars and other educational activities support the efforts of the National Association for HOme Care and Hospice and are responsive to the needs of the membership and the professional at large.
Role: The Education Committee will conduct business of the committee through attendance at the annual workgroup meeting to develop programming for the annual conference as well as develop topics for presentation through other electronic communications (webinars and call with the expert). It is intended that the Education Committee leverage the experience, expertise, and insight of subject matter experts to build professionalism and understanding in matters pertaining to home health and hospice financial and operational management.
William Simione, III*
Wayne Van Halem
Governance and Nominating
Mission: To ensure the Home Health and Hospice Financial Managers Association (HHFMA) advisory bodies (Advisory Board and Workgroup) perform optimally in responding to the needs of the membership and the professionals at large.
Role: The Governance and Nominating Committee (GNC) provides ongoing review and recommendations to enhance the recruitment, selection, orientation, training, and performance feedback for individual members, officers and these advisory bodies as a whole.
Mission: To ensure the Home Health and Hospice Financial Managers Association (HHFMA) Innovations Committee supports the efforts of the National Association for Home Care and Hospice and are responsive to the needs of the membership and the professional at large.
Role: The Innovations Committee serves as a thought leader responsible for providing information, recommendations and topics of interest regarding financial management issues arising from ongoing changes to the home care and hospice industry. These will be provided to other HHFMA Committees, the HHFMA membership, the NAHC Board, NAHC committees, NAHC membership and the industry. The Innovations Committee will be a key contributor with significant positive impact in the industry’s adaptation to the changing marketplace in home care and hospice.
Mission: To promote and advise on the benefits of HHFMA for purpose of recruiting and retaining active members in the association.
Role: The Membership Committee will conduct business through regular teleconference meetings and actively support the Financial Managers Annual Conference’s recruitment activities.
Payment and Reimbursement
Mission: To identify, research and study emerging home care and hospice payment and reimbursement issues to assist HHFMA and NAHC in the development of strategy, advocacy, and education on the corresponding payment and reimbursement issues.
Role: The Payment and Reimbursement Committee will conduct business through quarterly teleconference meetings to help identify emerging home care and hospice payment and reimbursement matters that the HHFMA Workgroup should address on behalf of HHFMA and NAHC. Where appropriate, temporary subcommittees or task forces will be established to focus on payment and reimbursement issues that have been identified as needing attention. Such subcommittees or task forces shall work with the Payment and Reimbursement Committee to develop the goals, appropriate forum for meetings, and timeline for desired results. It is intended that the Payment and Reimbursement Committee leverage the experience, expertise, and insight of subject matter experts to build workgroups to research and study home care and hospice payment and reimbursement issues to assist HHFMA and NAHC in the development of strategy, advocacy, and education on the corresponding payment and reimbursement issues.
M. Aaron Little*
Mission: To review the National Association for Homecare and Hospice (NAHC) current fiscal year Legislative and Regulatory Blue Prints for Action.
Role: The Policy Committee will conduct business of the committee through attendance at the annual Financial Managers Conference and will evaluate the issues contained within the Legal and Regulatory Blue Prints for Action as to whether or not HHFMA should express a position and rate their effect as being short-term, long-term or both.
Women in Home Health and Hospice Leadership
Mission: The mission of HHFMA’s Women in Home Health and Hospice Leadership Committee (WHHLC) is to empower professional, energetic and passionate, female HHFMA members advocating for home health and hospice to elevate to leadership roles within HHFMA and the industry at large.
Role: The WHHLC will serve as a catalyst to promote women in home care and hospice financial management through networking, education, and leadership opportunities within HHFMA. WHHLC will support HHFMA efforts to be a change maker within the home health and hospice field. Any such events held by WHHLC will be with the objective to connect women to not just other female leaders but all leadership within HHFMA, empower more female leadership throughout the HHFMA, and inspire women by bringing together a diverse mix of home health and hospice leaders nationwide.
Mission: To seek qualified young financial professionals, typically those under the age of 40 years old, who have established or are developing careers in the home care and hospice industries and engage those professionals in activities of the Home Care & Hospice Financial Managers Association (HHFMA) and National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC), including advocacy, education, membership, and other activities.
Role: The Young Financial Professionals Committee will conduct business through periodic virtual and live meetings to achieve its primary purpose of engaging qualified young home care and hospice financial professionals in the activities of HHFMA and NAHC. When appropriate, subcommittees or task forces will be established to focus on committee initiatives. The committee will also seek opportunities to collaborate and support other HHFMA and NAHC committees on respective initiatives.
Alexander Van Gundy
* Indicates they are a HHFMA Work Group member.