Type IV Members: Hospice Organizations
TAHC Board Representation: Type IV Members have 1 Board seat and are eligible to run for 5 Officer seats on the Board.
Hospice Advisory Group: This Volunteer Group meets at least quarterly to discuss state/federal legislative/regulatory issues; develops recommendations on new priorities each year and implements those related to hospice; develops education programming for our annual Conference; and reviews issues arising during the year affecting our hospice membership.
Representation: TAHC liaisons with the National Association for Home Care (NAHC) and the National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) on federal laws/rules affecting hospice. TAHC retains the law firm of Butler Snow LLP to lobby state laws/rules during the Tennessee General Assembly.
Information: Both federal and state information is communicated to Members via electronic communications. Members are encouraged to communicate via our online legislative contact center with elected leaders. A membership newsletter offers timely topics in an abbreviated document that paints the BIG PICTURE of homecare issues at the state and federal levels. Listserve postings alert Members of new issues as they occur.
Education: Two (2) Annual Conferences; monthly teleconferences; on-site workshops; and cosponsored events throughout the year keep you and your staff compliant with requirements with operation guidance and ideas to grow your business.
Referrals and Marketing: TAHC Members are listed in our online Membership Directory which is used by referral sources, consumers, payers, etc. to find quality providers in Tennessee. You will have the opportunity to update your listing throughout the year to reflect changes in contact information; services or service area.
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