Join Policymakers and Thought Leaders at the 2016 Public Policy Leadership Conference

By Joy M. Cameron, Vice President of Policy and Innovation

Whether you want to discuss the potential impact of new regulations, learn about the Home Health Value-Based Purchasing demonstration from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) or hear the latest analysis on the impact of socioeconomic status on clinical and financial performance, you need to be in Washington, D.C., September 14-15. 
At the 2016 Public Policy Leadership Conference, we are bringing policymakers and thought leaders most impacting the health care industry together with leaders in home-based services.
Patrick Conway, Deputy Administrator for Innovation and Quality & CMS Chief Medical Officer, will talk about the latest CMS innovations and priorities; Mark Miller, Executive Director of the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC), will address unified payment models; industry representatives will discuss hospice program integrity; and CMS and members will share the latest on the Home Health Value-Based Purchasing demonstration. VNAA will also present awards to Senator Stabenow (D-MI) and Representative Walden (OR-2) for their support of policy initiatives.
In addition to the presentations, there will be time to meet with your Members of Congress, armed with valuable information detailing the latest opportunities to support home care and hospice. There will be webinars and videos on how to step-up your meetings and how to make your "ask" and follow-up back home.
I sincerely hope that you will join VNAA and fellow home health care leaders at this two-day event.  We look forward to your participation in advancing home healthcare initiatives and advocacy messages.
Please feel free to reach out to me about the Public Policy Leadership Conference or other policy concerns you may have at or 571-527-1536.


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