State Association Membership Benefits

State Association membership in NAHC is open to all organizations representing hospice or home health care providers on a state level. As a State Association member, NAHC will be your advocate in Washington, DC, representing your home care and hospice interests before Congress, the regulatory agencies, the courts and the media. Quite simply, there is no other organization that can touch the benefits offered to NAHC State Association members. To join or renew online please go here. To download a State Association Membership application, click here.

State Association Member Benefits include:
  • Expert Advice from the Center for Health Care Law
  • NAHC Legislative Experts Fight for your Interests before Congress and the White House
  • Research to Operate More Efficiently
  • The Latest Information and In-depth Analysis
  • Discounts on all NAHC Meetings and Conferences
  • Workshops
  • Webinars
  • Business Savings

Expert Advice from the Center for Health Care Law

The Center for Health Care Law is like the cavalry charging to your legal rescue. Under the leadership of William A. Dombi, the Center provides NAHC members with free legal advice to understand the laws governing home care and hospice agencies, and discounted legal services for more complex needs. If you need a legal team to fight at your side, there is none better than the staff of the Center for Health Care Law.

NAHC Legislative Experts Fight for your Interests before Congress and the White House

NAHC is the leading voice for home care and hospice before Congress and the White House, fighting for your interests around the clock. With an uncommon ability to marshall resources and forge coalitions, NAHC approaches legislative advocacy with a broad perspective. The association is guided by President Val J. Halamandaris, with over 35 years experience on Capitol Hill.

Research to Operate More Efficiently

In today’s cost-conscious environment, there is no more important element than data in keeping one’s agency ahead of the pack. NAHC’s dedicated team of researchers is constantly benchmarking the field to better track the latest trends and developments affecting home care and hospice. NAHC members are able to tap into this vital information at their convenience, giving them a competitive advantage over nonmembers.

The Latest Information and In-depth Analysis

One thing NAHC does, and does it fast, is getting 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 you. NAHC keeps its members ahead of the curve on all issues through several sources:

NAHC Report, a daily e-newsletter, offers the latest information on legislation, regulations, litigation, and general news affecting home care and hospice. NAHC members receive a electronic version sent to them in their e-mail, with access to the full text of each article on NAHC’s web site.

CARING magazine, NAHC’s award-winning monthly, presents in-depth reviews of the latest home care and hospice trends, technology, and issues.

NAHC’s Member Network ListServ (Provider Members Only), an online forum for providers monitored by NAHC’s experts, gives you instant access to colleagues from across the country. Giving NAHC members a quick and easy method to communicate with each other, just ask a question and receive advice from others in the field.

Discounts on all NAHC Meetings and Conferences

One of the best opportunities for professional and personal development is at NAHC’s conferences and meetings. Each event is planned with you in mind, examining issues, trends, and recent developments affecting you. With most events offering continuing education for nurses and accountants, NAHC’s meetings and conferences provide for an uplifting gathering for caring professionals from around the country. NAHC members will receive discounts on all these meetings, including:

  •  NAHC Private Duty Home Care Leadership Summit & Exposition
  •  March on Washington & Exposition
  •  Home Care Financial Management Conference & Exposition
  •  NAHC’s Annual Meeting & Exposition

At the largest gathering of home care and hospice professionals, attendees have a unique opportunity to network with their peers from around the United States and the world, hear pre-eminent professional speakers, and participate in cutting edge educational programs. An important component of the Annual Meeting is the HOMECARExpo, displaying state-of-the-art goods, services, and technology from hundreds of home care and hospice vendors. A highlight of every Annual Meeting is the inspirational speakers who excite the entire Meeting during the daily General Sessions.


NAHC schedules workshops to address emerging issues affecting home care and hospice providers. NAHC conducted a series of intensive one-day workshops on PPS. All NAHC workshops are designed to provide you with the latest news and information to assist you in operating more efficiently and effectively under new circumstances. Members are informed of scheduled workshops through NAHC Report, and posting on the NAHC Member Network listserv.


NAHC conducts webinars/teleconference throughout the year. In the convenience of your office, NAHC brings to you the experts and specialists on home care and hospice to provide insights on the latest trends and developments. To participate, all you need is a telephone. With a speakerphone, you can invite as many of your staff into a conference room to benefit from the presentation. As with the workshops, members are informed of scheduled workshops through NAHC Report, and posting on the NAHC Member Network listserv.

Business Savings

NAHC assists its members by arranging discounts and group purchasing agreements for products and services every agency uses on a daily basis. Some members recoup the cost of their NAHC membership just from the following savings:

NAHC Publications: NAHC is always striving to ease the daily burdens of home care providers and hospices. One way NAHC provides assistance is through our extensive list of resources – publications, manuals, and videos, to name a few. All publications and resources are created by home care and hospice experts with the mission of providing you with the information you need in an easy-to-use format. NAHC’s resources provide the latest information, trends, and developments, with all items designed to keep your staff on the cutting edge. Subject areas covered include administrative and financial, Medicare, clinical, hospice, home care aide, and novelty items.

Caring Photography: Photographs can tell a story. The photos bear witness to the daily trials and tribulations of caregivers, their patients, and families. Chances are we have something within our thousands of stock images that will suit your needs. All our images are available for purchase and are sold on a usage basis, with NAHC members receiving substantial discounts off the list price.

NAHC Video Production Department: NAHC’s in-house Video Production Department stands ready with reduced rates for members’ video needs. NAHC can lower the high cost of producing your own video projects. Our team of specialists can create professional videos to use in promoting your agency on television, in meetings, or to potential customers. The Video Department will sit down with you, put together a script, and create a commercial – all at a substantial savings.

For questions about Membership, please call NAHC membership services at 202-547-7424, or send an email to