One thing NAHC does, and does fast, is getting our members the latest, most accurate news as soon as it happens – sometimes before the information is public.
NAHC staff is involved in shaping policy with government agencies overseeing home care and hospice, gathering news and background information on everything that affects home care providers and hospices.
NAHC Newsletters direct to your inbox
The Weekly Stack-up
The Weekly Stack-up promotes NAHC events, webinars, and conferences while giving a synopsis of upcoming events to the home care and hospice community.
Available to Everyone!
Hospice & Palliative Care Report
The Hospice & Palliative Care Report is a newsletter publication of NAHC’s Hospice Association of America (HAA) created to provide policy and practice-related guidance as well as regulatory updates and reminders to NAHC’s hospice members. The publication is currently issued every Wednesday.
Available to NAHC Provider Members & HAA Members
Home Care Technology Update
The Home Care Technology Update is a quarterly publication developed by NAHC’s Home Care Technology Council (HCTAC) that provides updates on technology-related policy developments and a special Technology Spotlight that covers key issues in technology and their implications and relevance for home care and hospice providers. The “Spotlight” section is authored by HCTAC members.
Available to NAHC members
Private Duty Source Newsletter
The purpose of the Private Duty Source is to provide a focused review of legislative and regulatory actions that are of concern to the private duty industry. Is is a publication of the Private Duty Home Care at NAHC. The Private Duty Source also is intended to serve as a resource for the private duty industry and is released every Thursday.
Available to Members of the Private Duty Home Care Association
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