Members benefit from Q & A, where they can find comprehensive and up-to-date home care and hospice answers to regulatory questions.
IHHC's biweekly online newsletter with in-depth articles and updates on home care legislation, regulation, education and the latest industry news affecting home health, hospice and private duty services.
The IHHC Listserv is actively used by members who want to know how others are managing issues, what products they are using, and how they are interpreting rules and regulations. We hope you appreciate this member benefit as all of us work to provide better care for our patients and succeed in the industry. Please refrain from posting congratulatory emails, sales messages, or any type of message that does not follow common courtesy.
We are please to announce we have launched our updated IHHC Member-only Listserv. To create your question, just send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Among the most popular online tools are those created by IHHC’s committees. These include:
This area features a one of a kind Regulatory Road Map, providing one-click access to state and federal regulations, organized by topics and services, including hospice.
Dozens of Tip Sheets from the Best Practices Committee, as well as Private Duty and the Hospice Work Groups populate this resource area. They are enhanced by links to Policies, Regulations and Resources too good to miss.
Don’t miss the HOSPICE INSIGHTS NEWSLETTER – A weekly roundup of the latest hospice news from around the nation, enhanced by articles from IHHC consultants and staff. The newsletter is just one feature in the Hospice Resources portal.
The Private Duty Work Group populates this resource portal with articles, tools and resources throughout the year. Bookmark this page and check back for updates.
Explore a variety of links to state and federal units of government and affiliated organizations.
As a member of IHHC, you can join special online communities that give you the opportunity to connect with others with similar interests or areas of expertise. Each community has the capability of posting news, discussion forums, hosting documents and blogging.
Continuing your networking with a quick look of of other IHHC members. Search for organizations or individuals via name, organization or area of the state.