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As the saying goes, “there’s playing … and there’s playing to win.”

The 17th Annual Northeast Home Health Leadership Summit in Boston seeks to inspire and stimulate this play‐to‐win mindset among home care leaders.

You’ll get the information and perspectives necessary to navigate the policy, reimbursement and regulatory field of home care services, especially as a new political environment in Washington, post‐election, influences this framework. The Summit will also provide you with some tactics, tools and resources.

Join your colleagues from eight northeast states for learning, networking and inspiration at the 17th Annual Northeast Home Health Leadership Summit and Play to Win.

Bonus Program: Medical Directors Meeting

In addition to the pre-conference and full Summit program, we are offering a bonus Home Care & Hospice Special Medical Directors Meeting that coincides with the conference on January 23 from 8:30 to 10 a.m. Check out the flyer here for details.

Registration Discounts

Register before the early-bird deadline (now extended to 12/12!) for the best rate. Also, for further savings, invite and register a rising star at your organization. By joining you, this person can take advantage of a special Leadership Succession Planning Bonus Discount (see page 12 of the brochure for details).


The Northeast Home Health Leadership Summit is the premier leadership conference for home health agency executives from eight northeast states (ME, NH, VT, NY, MA, CT, RI, NJ).

The Summit, heading into its 17th year in 2019, is sponsored by the Northeast Home Health Leadership Collaborative, a consortium of state home care trade associations representing provider and associate members in the Northeast. The Home Care Association of New York State (HCA) and Homecare Alliance of Massachusetts are the engineers of this event. Members of the collaborative work closely together to bring you this insightful program.

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