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Leadership & Committees

Committees are an essential part of IAHHC. Committee members’ knowledge and interests enables IAHHC to better meet member needs while members benefit from networking with colleagues. Any employee of a IAHHC member is eligible to participate in a committee. Join a Committee Now or download a Committee Interest Form here

Board of Directors

IAHHC is governed by a Board of Directors elected from the membership.

Education Committee

The Education Committee determines hot topics of interest for providers; reviews speaker profiles; assists IAHHC staff at regional and statewide meetings; and promotes our educational offerings. Join IAHHC Staff and other members of the association and have a voice in IAHHC workshops, seminars, regional meetings and annual conference.

Home Health Committee

The Home Health Committee (previously the Regulatory Committee) provides members with the latest information on home health, both State and Federal; regulatory issues; has open discussions on topics that concern members; and provides a networking opportunity for home health agencies.

Hospice Committee

The Hospice Committee serves to advance hospice issues. The committee addresses regulatory, legislative, and operational issues including reimbursement. The committee meets four times per year with participants attending in person or via teleconference. These meetings provide a forum for discussing pertinent issues impacting hospices as well as networking for hospice staff. Long-time hospice staff benefit from the ideas shared by new hospice staff; new hospice staff find support in program basics from experienced hospice staff. Any hospice staff member can participate.

Hospice Bereavement Networking Group

The Hospice Bereavement Networking Group provides mutual support and a forum for ongoing skills development and education, sharing of processes and bereavement program strategies and provides an opportunity for processing challenges with peers and hospice experts. This networking group is open to bereavement coordinators of all experience levels.

Hospice Chaplain Networking Group

The Hospice Chaplain Networking Group provides mutual support and a forum for ongoing skills, development and education, sharing of processes and policies and provides an opportunity for processing challenges with peers and hospice experts. This networking group is open to chaplains of all experience levels and theological perspectives.

Hospice Social Worker Networking Group

The Hospice Social Worker Networking Group provides mutual support and a forum for ongoing skills development and education, sharing of processes and policies, and provides an opportunity for processing challenges with peers and hospice experts. This networking group is open to social workers of all experience levels.

Hospice Volunteer Coordinator Networking Group

The Hospice Volunteer Coordinator Networking Group provides mutual support and a forum for ongoing skills development and education, sharing of policies, recruitment and retention strategies and provides an opportunity for processing challenges with peers and hospice experts. This group is open to volunteer coordinators of all experience levels.

PSA Committee

The PSA Committee is actively working to improve the quality and perception of personal service companies. Topics range from legislative and regulatory issues, training and workforce development, agency education initiatives and industry trends. Our members' valuable feedback, insights and input allows us to be industry leaders not only the state, but often times at a national level as well.

Reimbursement Committee

The Reimbursement Committee addresses Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement that impact the home care industry, as well as investigates and solves reimbursement issues. The committee meets with representatives from the Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning (OMPP), Hewlett Packard (HP) and the Medicaid Managed Care Contractors to address Medicaid reimbursement issues. The committee provides an avenue for discussion about the Palmetto GBA (PGBA) State Coalition question and answer meetings.

Want to Get More Involved?

Click here to join an IAHHC committee or download a copy here. Any employee of an IAHHC agency is eligible to join a committee. 

Most committees only meet every other month and the meetings last about two hours. Therefore, a member's time and talents are efficiently utilied. 

Questions? Call IAHHC at (317) 775-6675 or email us

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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