Who should attend the conference?
Anyone who works in home care or hospice, from middle management to senior management, will benefit from the Home Care and Hospice Conference and Expo. This includes nurses, supervisors, owners, and operators in nearly every specialty field who want to learn more about industry trends and current issues. Networking with peers at all levels is also a great way to learn and share information.
Finally, the Expo provides the industry’s largest marketplace for buyers and sellers, something you don’t want to miss if you’re looking for ways to deliver patient-centered care more safely and efficiently.
What does it cost to attend?
This year, to get the lowest registration rate available, book your hotel room within our block and save $200.
Through August 31, registration is $850 for NAHC members staying in our hotel block and $1,050 for NAHC members not in our hotel block. Non-member rate is $1,250 if you stay in our hotel block and $1,450 if you do not stay in our hotel block.
September 1 through October 11, registration is $1,000 for NAHC members staying in our hotel block and $1,200 for NAHC members not in our hotel block. Non-member rate is $1,450 if you stay in our hotel block and $1,650 if you do not stay in our hotel block.
The conference rate includes education sessions, general sessions and keynotes, the Expo, most meals and receptions. Pre-conferences (with the exception of the Grassroots Advocacy Boot Camp) are an additional cost.
How can I reserve a guest room?
The National Association for Home Care & Hospice has negotiated a special rate with the Grand Hyatt Seattle, Sheraton Grand Seattle, and Hyatt at Olive 8, which are in close proximity to the Washington State Convention Center where the conference is being held. Those rooms are available through the registration process.
What’s the best airport to fly into?
The Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is just 14 miles away, and less than 20 minutes driving from the Washington State Convention Center.
Are CEs available?
Yes, most classes are eligible for continuing education credits in nursing, accounting, social work, physical therapy, and administration. Eligible CEs will be listed with course descriptions online when they become available. You can download certificates for any classes you attend and are scanned in for.
Will recordings of the education sessions be available?
The audio portion of most sessions will be recorded and synced with the slide presentations, and then converted into online learning modules available through Home Care University. Access to recordings is free for one year for paid attendees but is also for sale to the general public.
What meals and receptions does registration include?
If you are registered for the full conference you can participate in the opening reception in the Expo on Sunday, as well as breakfast and lunch on Monday and Tuesday, and the Closing Party on Tuesday evening. If you are registered with a one-day pass, you are eligible for the meals offered for the day of your pass.
What is the policy for cancellations, substitutions or refunds?
All cancellation requests must be in writing and emailed to customer service or faxed to (301) 694-5124. Registration cancellations or requests for refund received in writing by August 16, 2019, will be entitled to a refund up to the total amount paid less a $50 administrative charge. Cancellations received before September 1, 2019, will be subject to a 50 percent cancellation fee. No refunds will be made after September 1, 2019. Refunds will not be made for no-shows.
For more information regarding administrative policies or submit a complaint you can email the NAHC Office at email@example.com.
Substitution Policy: Attendees are able to substitute names at any time. Requests must be in writing and emailed to customer service or faxed to (301) 694-5124.
Hotel Cancellation Policy: All cancellations MUST be received in writing to NAHC@experient-inc.com. Beginning August 24, 2019, there will be a $150.00 charge for any reservation cancelled. The last day to submit a cancellation to the Housing Center is September 27, 2019. Beginning October 1, 2019, all cancellations must be made with the hotel directly. IMPORTANT NOTES: The credit card submitted will be charged a deposit equal to one night’s room and tax on or after September 25, 2019. Should a guest cancel within 72 hours of scheduled arrival, the deposit will be non-refundable. Failure to check-in to the hotel on your scheduled date of arrival will result in the cancellation of all nights in your reservation and forfeiture of any deposits charged.