WASHINGTON, D.C. (February 7, 2019)—The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) invites you to join us at the in Washington, D.C. on April 1 and 2, 2019, for the annual March on Washington, two days of policy education and advocacy in the halls of Congress.

New laws and regulations continue to impact our community and your elected representatives are debating more changes that will affect your business. It is imperative your members of Congress hear from you, their constituents, so they better understand the value of homecare and hospice and how public policy can best serve the Americans who want to age in place. The change we need will not happen without your voice. Join other homecare and hospice leaders from across America in advocating for homecare patients, employees and businesses.

Step up and take on the role of homecare and hospice champion. Help protect our community, and building essential relationships with the lawmakers who will serve as NAHC ambassadors.

NAHC will provide the tools needed to make your day of advocacy on Capitol Hill a success.

The Key Issues

  • Patient-Driven Groupings Model: Stop PDGM-related rate cuts
  • Non-Physician Practitioner: Give NPPs the authority to order home health under Medicare
  • Rural add-on: Ensure safeguards for rural patients and providers.

Click here [2] to register for the conference.