Hoosiers Helping Home & Hospice Care is a state Political Action Committee (PAC) and grassroots network dedicated to reaching, educating, and electing candidates who are committed to preserving Hoosier’s right to receive health and personal care in their homes.
Emergency Call to Action
IAHHC received the proposed Home Health rates for Fiscal Year 2017 that will take effect July 1st of this year. Needless to say, we are shocked by the level of decrease in the rates. Find the proposed rate adjustments here.
A Guide to Talking to Your Legislators
Comprehensive Legislator Engagement Strategy for Post-Acute Health Services by Grandview Health Services
Call to Action Update
We have spent the last week speaking with talking with many of you and speaking on your behalf to legislators, Governor Pence's office, FSSA, OMPP, our counterpart provider groups and trade associations like the Hospital Association and Nursing Home Associations. We have also been asking constituent groups like the ARC of Indiana and AARP to help us in our fight against the proposed reductions. After all of these conversations, one thing is clear: we have a strong voice and our message is being heard.
Find out more here.
Advocacy Corner includes how to find your legislator and the Corydon Group's Advocacy 101 presentation.
Because of federal and Indiana anti-trust laws, certain topics are not proper subjects for discussion at any IAHHC functions. In many cases, our members are competitors and any action or agreement which may eliminate, restrict or govern competition among members or their colleagues could be a violation of anti-trust laws. Those violating the anti-trust laws are subject to severe criminal and civil penalties.
This means that we must not discuss any items falling within the realm of competitive practices, such as current or future prices or charges; discounts for cash payments; terms of service; productivity rates; profit levels; credit terms; or refusal to deal with a particular third-party payor or medical equipment vendor. Please adhere strictly to these guidelines during all IAHHC functions to protect yourself and your agency from liability.