"If there was ever a year for home care and hospice managers to join us, this is the year, said Bill Dombi, Vice President for Law, National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC). Agencies across the country are faced with looming budget cuts, the possibility of more cost shifting onto beneficiaries, diminishing margins, and increasingly stringent - and often confusing - new regulations. These challenges are offset with great opportunities that we will address."
With so much at stake, this is the year to attend NAHCs Annual Meeting & Exposition October 31 November 3 in Washington, DC.
Register today to join your colleagues in Washington and fight to preserve access to home care and hospice services.
NAHCs president, Val J. Halamandaris recently made a video updating NAHC members on developments in Washington, though urged all members to join their peers for this years Annual Meeting given how high the legislative stakes are for the entire home care and hospice community.
In the video, available here, Mr. Halamandaris states that there is good news in the form of additional tax revenues coming into the Treasury, as well as a strong indicator that the economy is, starting to boom.
While the video highlights several pieces of good news at the federal level, Mr. Halamandaris also reminds all NAHC members about how important it is for all NAHC members to attend the Annual Meeting October 31 November 3 in Washington, DC to continue to fight to preserve Medicare by opposing additional cuts to the program and also opposing the reintroduction of any home care copayments.
Will you be at the NAHC Annual Conference this year?