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2021 Northeast Home Health Leadership Summit

NELS 2021: Your Conference We know you have what it takes … even as a pandemic has taken our world by storm. Rising to take on the challenges of these extraordinary times demands creative Leadership NOW, More Than Ever. The Northeast Home Health Leadership Summit remains your harbor. Join us January 20-22 to cultivate and […]

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Free End of Life Program Today!

Covid-19 changed the conversation about serious illness and the end of life. And, makes talking about living and ending well even harder and more urgent. We need YOUR HELP to reach more people with these critical topics. If you’ve already registered, thank you! Please invite your friends, colleagues and others you care about to join you […]

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Check Your Mail for 2021 Member Registrations

This year has been uncharted territory for all of us. The Alliance is proud to represent New Hampshire’s home care, hospice and palliative care providers who never wavered in caring during this unprecedented pandemic.  I am equally proud of how our team shifted gears on advocacy, education, and networking to help you navigate this new […]

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INSTANT OASIS HACKS

  OASIS INSTANT Hacks Series is a unique and hands-on learning experience where attendees learn some “behind the scenes” HACKS that OAI’s experts use to organize, highlight, and quickly access key CMS guidance as we teach Blueprint for OASIS Accuracy workshops, conduct audits, and respond to provider questions through OAI’s day-to-day management of the CMS Home […]

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Member Discount on National Wound Care Courses

The Wound Care Education Institute (WCEI) will be offering its national certification programs for skin and ound care and ostomy care recorded and live onlie.  Thanks to a partnership with WCEI, our members  can participate at a discounted rate. See the Wound Care Institute for more details. For significant discounts, be sure to use the […]

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Re4fresh Your Rx I.Q.

Refresh Your Rx Knowledge With new medications coming on the market all the time, it’s critical that home health clinicians stay up to date on pharmacology. Join Dr. Tayla Rose, professor of pharmacy from Northeastern University’s Bouve College of Health Sciences, for a 4-part webinar series Pharmacology Refresher for Home Health Therapists and Nurses. There will be […]

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Chaplain and Bereavement Peer Group call

  Hello Hospice and Palliative Care Chaplains and Bereavement Coordinators ,   You are invited to attend the monthly peer group meeting on Tuesday, July 28th at 3pm. The call usually lasts about an hour and is your time to check in with each other for ideas, share resources and provide peer support!  My thanks […]

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Dementia Training for Direct Care Staff in Residential Facilities

New Hampshire’s Dementia Care Training Law RSA 151 RESIDENTIAL CARE AND HEALTH FACILITY LICENSING Dementia Training for Direct Care Staff in Residential Facilities Section 151:47 Section: 151:47 Definitions.   In this subdivision: I. “Ancillary staff member” means a staff member who neither has incidental contact on a recurring basis with residents or program participants nor […]

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Annual Conference Education – VIRTUAL!

27 Webinars 8 Pre-Packaged Tracks 1 Great Virtual Conference! Unlimited Agency Access Until September 1st! Although it is a chaotic time, and personal energy probably barely exists outside of work – we know that we must continue to offer opportunities for all to stay educated as we adjust to the “new normal”. The sessions in […]

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Member Benefit: Education Discount at Rivier University

  June is here! Get started for fall classes at Rivier. The staff of member agencies of  Home Care Hospice and Palliative Care Alliance of NH may now access discounts to degree and non-degree course offerings at Rivier University. Rivier has Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral programs as well as programs in Nursing, Business (including MBA […]

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Blueprint for OASIS Rescheduled for October

The onsite OASIS-D training, offered by OASIS Answers, scheduled for June in West Lebanon has been postponed until October. Current registrants can move their registration to the new date or be refunded in full. Watch your e-mail for details. Experience the comprehensive and nationally acclaimed two-day Blueprint for OASIS Accuracy workshop and learn to confidently […]

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Member Benefit: Rivier University Online Degree Programs Information

Rivier University Online Degree Programs Information Rivier University’s healthcare and related online programs continue to run as usual, and we are even expecting a possible increase in enrollment in our online programs due to the Covid 19 pandemic.  Online education is the way to go for most healthcare workers, for several reasons. Right now, it […]

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CALL TO ACTION TODAY: Virtual Advocacy Day

This would normally be the week that Alliance members would be in Washington as part of the NHPCO Leadership Advocacy Conference and the NAHC March on Washington.  In fact, we had Capitol Hill visits scheduled for today with health policy aides from our Congressional Delegation.  Those events were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, […]

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Home Care & Hospice Prepare NOW for the Coronavirus

Coronavirus, COVID-19, was first discovered in China in December 2019, but has spread rapidly around the world and in the United States, with confirmed infections and fatalities increasing by the hour, not to mention an unknown number of unreported cases. Clearly, there is much to learn about COVID-19 and dealing effectively with it will be […]

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New Dementia Training for Home Care

  The Alliance is pleased to announce a new member benefit  — exclusive free access to Dementia Care Education that complies with New Hampshire’s new dementia training requirements. This training is currently in development and will be available in early February as recorded webinars that any member agency can use.  We are partnering with C […]

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Become an Advocate. Join the Legislative Committee.

Ever wish you could have a greater say in how laws and regulations are made? Here’s your chance! We’re seeking volunteers to join our Legislative Committee. This group meets every few weeks from January to June to review proposed legislation, recommend policy positions to the Board, and help develop our legislative strategy. Members are often […]

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Don’t Miss NH’s Premier Event on Hospice & Palliative Care

Palliative Care Clinician Dinner – November 20 The Alliance will host its Annual Palliative Care Clinician Dinner on Wednesday, November 20th, the evening before the Fall Conference. The dinner is an informal networking event for palliative care providers. It will be held from 6:00pm – 8:30pm at the Grappone Center in Concord.   Suzana Makowski, […]

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We advocate for home health care. Grassroots advocacy takes us from Concord to Washington, D.C. to advocate for policy decisions and regulations on behalf of those serving home care and hospice clients in New Hampshire. We can’t do it alone! and that is why we have the Hearts for Home Care program. Hearts for Home […]

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Hospice Conference Seeks Sponsors

Our efforts would go even farther with your company’s support as our official corporate conference sponsor. Do your services support quality end of life care in New Hampshire for those with serious illness and/or for their team of caregivers? If so, we invite you to participate in our Annual Fall conference on November 21st as […]

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NH Governor Recognizes Importance of Sepsis Awareness

On Aug. 16, Governor Chris Sununu signed a proclamation announcing September as “Sepsis Awareness Month” in New Hampshire. Sepsis is blanket term referring to a life-threatening condition caused by the body’s response to infection, which can lead to tissue damage, organ failure, amputations and death. As many as 80% of sepsis deaths could be prevented […]

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