by Kristin Rowan, Editor


In a joint statement on June 18, 2024, NAHC and NHPCO announced that the Board Chairs and CEOs of each organization met in Washington. During this meeting, they formally signed the affiliation agreement. This is a union of the two largest advocate organizations for care at home providers. They hope to unify the voice of the care at home community. The combined resources of the organizations will provide education, expert advice, and increased advocacy for policies that help deliver the best care to those who need it most.

After 18 months of discussions, meetings, and challenges, the two organizations have agreed on terms for the combining of the two groups.


“The affiliation of NAHC and NHPCO is a historic event,” said NAHC President and CEO William A. Dombi. “Unifying the voice of health care at home has been a longstanding goal of NAHC, as it is the essence of the original formation of NAHC in 1982. Combining our two organizations will significantly strengthen that voice for the benefit of our members and the patients they serve.”

Read the full press release from NAHC and NHPCO here.

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Kristin Rowan, Editor
Kristin Rowan, Editor

Kristin Rowan has been working at Healthcare at Home: The Rowan Report since 2008. She has a master’s degree in business administration and marketing and runs Girard Marketing Group, a multi-faceted boutique marketing firm specializing in event planning, sales, and marketing strategy. She has recently taken on the role of Editor of The Rowan Report and will add her voice to current Home Care topics as well as marketing tips for home care agencies. Connect with Kristin directly or

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