Registration now open!

Wanted: Frontline hospice and palliative care providers. Who can be the voice for hospice patients and their families better those that serve them each and every day?

When: July 17-18, 2017

Where: Hyatt Regency Hotel on Capitol Hill – Washington, DC

What: The HAN Advocacy Intensive. This FREE 2-day event is the premier advocacy event for the hospice and palliative care community. On Day 1, participants will attend sessions to learn about the HAN and NHPCO legislative agenda; how the political climate in Washington, DC, affects hospice
and palliative care policy (or not); best practices for advocating for hospice and palliative care and how to connect directly with their members of Congress on Capitol Hill and back in their home districts. Sessions are designed with first time attendees AND veterans in mind. There is no cost to register.

After a brief send-off, Day 2 is spent on Capitol Hill!

Why: 2017 is a year of change in Washington, DC. From the White House and the Administration to the Halls of Congress, change has created great uncertainty for the future of healthcare. But with change comes the opportunity to educate new and returning policy-makers alike. Hospice has a story to tell.

The IDT is in a unique position to be a voice for hospice patients and families; a voice that can cut through the noise on Capitol Hill. A voice that can educate Congress about the priorities of the hospice and palliative care communities.

During this uncertain time, it is more important than ever that the hospice and palliative care community comes together on behalf of the patients and families we serve every day.

Who will be the voice for your patients?


The HAN Advocacy Intensive is proudly sponsored in part by: