What to Expect in 2017 Policy Points Video

Check out our overview of the federal policy landscape for the coming year, the possible effects on hospice,

and some steps YOU can take to effect positive change for the patients and families you serve and support each and every day!

With the Presidential and Congressional elections now behind us, hospice and palliative care leaders must renew their focus on Capitol Hill and educate new and returning policymakers about end-of-life issues. The Hospice Action Network will host two important events on Capitol Hill in 2017, and we need your support and participation!

crest_6MAY 3, 2017

NHPCO’s Management and Leadership Conference: Advocacy at MLC – Washington Hilton

NHPCO will host Advocacy at MLC for conference participants on Wednesday, May 3. In the morning, MLC conference attendees will be briefed about the 115th Congress; the new administration; the changing health policy landscape; and NHPCO efforts to preserve, protect, and promote hospice and palliative care. In partnership with the Council of States, participants will take to Capitol Hill that afternoon to advocate in support of NHPCO’s legislative agenda. Visit the event resource page at http://hospiceactionnetwork.org/advocacy-at-mlc-resource-center/.

ai_crest2JULY 17-18, 2017

Hospice Action Network Advocacy Intensive – Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill

Advocacy is not a once-a-year event and it’s important to reinforce our message throughout the year. We invite you to send members of your IDT to the premier advocacy event for the hospice and palliative care community. Held annually in Washington, DC, the Advocacy Intensive brings together hospice caregivers, leaders, policymakers, and Members of Congress to effect positive change for end-of-life issues. During the two-day event, attendees learn best practices for advocating for hospice and how to connect directly with their members of Congress on Capitol Hill and back in their home districts. Register here. 











Advocacy Webinars:

Jan. 26 – Face-to-Face with Congress: What to do Before, During, and After Meetings

March 21 – Backstage Pass: Behind the Scenes of Congressional Decision Making

June 22- Stay-cation Advocacy: How to Win in Washington From Own Backyard

Sept. 22 – Tweeting the System: Social Network Dos and Don’ts with Congress

Dec. 12 – Advocacy Storytelling: Winning the Hearts, Minds, and VOTES of Lawmakers

Check HAN’s monthly email for registration information, or contact us at info@nhpcohan.org for information on how to join the webinars.

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