About Us

The Home Care Hospice & Palliative Care Alliance of New Hampshire is a non-profit membership organization for licensed agencies delivering home health and hospice care in New Hampshire. The Alliance was formed in June 2018 from the merger of Home Care Association of New Hampshire and the New Hampshire Hospice & Palliative Care Organization. The Alliance promotes high quality health services for individuals at home, with the goal of helping people maintain or restore their health and well being. More than 40 agencies are currently Provider Members. We also have Affiliate Members that offer products and services to home care agencies or consumers.

Our members consist of all types of agency members — large and small, rural and urban, non-profit and proprietary, Medicare-certified and private-duty. Members of the Alliance enjoy access to a rich assortment of benefits to help them to better serve their employees, boards, trustees, and most importantly, their patients and their communities.

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Alliance Code of Ethics

The Provider Members of the Home Care, Hospice & Palliative Care Alliance of New Hampshire do hereby pledge to abide by the following:

  • To provide the highest level of quality of care in the area of home health, hospice & palliative care services.
  • To serve all individuals regardless of race, creed, national origin, sex, handicap, sexual preference or reason of illness.
  • To honor all patient rights and to explain all patient responsibilities as defined in state laws.
  • To fully cooperate with all other home care providers and other agencies, putting the patients’ needs first in order to assure comprehensive services to patients and their families.
  • To abide by all federal, state and local laws and regulations which govern the industry.
  • To respect the confidential nature of the patient-provider relationship and not to disclose any information without proper authorization, except as required by law.
  • To present oral and written public statements which fairly represent programs, services, benefits, costs and agency capability.
  • To provide patients with a forum to voice grievances and suggest changes in service or staff without fear of restraint or discrimination.
  • To act in good faith; to be honest, truthful and fair to all concerned.


Our Mission

 To support providers who are committed to delivering high quality health services to individuals and families primarily in their places of residence — to promote, maintain or restore health and well being and minimize the effects of illness and/or disability from birth through end of life. The Alliance achieves this through education, advocacy, networking, collaboration and community engagement.

The Alliance was formed in 1974 as the Home Care Association of New Hampshire. In 2018 the Home Care Association merged with the NH Hospice & Palliative Care Organization and adopted its current name. The Alliance is a 501c3 membership organization. The Alliance has an affiliate entity – the Granite State Home Health & Hospice Association (GSHHA) – a 501c6 corporation which conducts all advocacy activities. A portion of Alliance dues is allotted to this organization each year for state and federal lobbying. We participate in national advocacy efforts through our membership with the National Association of Home Care and Hospice (NAHC); the National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) and the Council of States Home Care & Hospice Associations. The organization is governed by a Board of Directors that represents the diversity of the membership. The Board is elected by the membership at the Alliance’s Annual Meeting in June. Provider membership is open to home care and hospice agencies licensed in New Hampshire, distinct palliative care units of licensed facilities, and palliative care provider practices. Affiliate membership is for entities that do business with provider members. Individual membership is available to anyone who supports our mission and is not employed by a provider or affiliate organization. 

 

Based in Concord, NH, the Alliance is dedicated to assisting member agencies: