The American Association for Homecare is the national advocacy voice
representing the full scope of the home medical equipment community,
including suppliers and manufacturers who provide respiratory
therapy, mobility aids, medical supplies, and other essential products
and services. Learn more about our work engaging Capitol Hill, CMS,
state policymakers, and commercial payers at Tuesday’s AAHomecare
Update (10 am, Sidney Marcus Auditorium) and how you be a part of
these essential efforts.
The American Association for Homecare is
the only national association that represents
every segment within the home medical
equipment community, including suppliers
and manufacturers who provide respiratory
therapy, mobility aids, medical supplies,
and other essential products and services.
Working hand-in-hand with its members
to engage Capitol Hill, state and federal
policymakers, CMS, and commercial payers,
AAHomecare has made tremendous strides
for our industry. With industry support,
AAHomecare has helped put $2.2 billion back
in suppliers’ pockets over the past two years.
brings together the
HME community to
advocate for public
policy priorities at the federal and state level. Providers can help shape the future
of HME by joining AAHomecare during Medtrade Spring and get 25 percent off
your dues for 2020. Members will gain access to AAHomecare staff on regulatory,
legislative, and payer relations issues and have the ability to drive HME policy by
serving on an AAHomecare Advisory Council. Networking opportunities with
peers and industry leaders are also available.
AAHomecare is working relentlessly with HME providers and manufacturers everywhere to better the home medical equipment industry in a time of change and uncertainty – and we’re making undeniable progress. Your membership in AAHomecare directly supports legislative, regulatory, and payer relations initiatives that defend and strengthen the HME community. You have access to AAHomecare staff with indispensable knowledge of all aspects of the industry and how each can specifically impact your business.
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