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AHPCO Delegation Advocates on Capitol Hill

Friday, April 27, 2018  
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Pictured Left to Right: Erin Muller, Raianne Hodges-Melton, Sarah Payne, Morgan Allen, Tomasz Fedzin (Not Pictured: Jommel Fischer, Piper Frithsen and Marie Fredette)
As part of the NHPCO Advocacy Intensive, the Arizona Delegation met with elected officials to share stories that illustrate the need for more support for hospice and palliative care and educate members of congress on important legislation impacting members and patients receiving care.  
 
The delegation made up of members from around the state and the AHPCO Executive Director, visited each of the 8 Legislative District Offices plus the 2 Senate Offices of McCain and Flake.  
 
For more information on how you can be an advocate, access the easy to use Advocacy Tool-kit to contact your legislators and ask for their support on bills that impact patients and families.  

 

Special thanks to the following Members who sent a delegate this year:

         

 

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Advocating for patients and families is a critical part of our mission to be the voice and resource for our members and the communities they serve.  Educating elected officials, regulatory agencies and policy makers ensures that all Arizonans have access to high quality, affordable and compassionate palliative and end-of-life care.  For more information on becoming a member and amplifying your influence, contact the AHPCO office or click here for more info.


more Calendar

12/20/2018
Targeted Probe & Educate Update: Lessons Learned & Best Practices (Webinar $149*)

1/3/2019
Hospice 101 – Essentials for New Staff (Webinar $149*)

1/10/2019
HIPAA Review – Risks, Strategies, Trends & Data Privacy Breaches (Webinar $149*)

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