As a 501(c)(4) social welfare organization, HAN can advocate for policies that ensure the best care for patients and families facing serious illness and the end of life. We maintain an ongoing and influential presence in Washington DC, while providing training and resources to enable our strong, growing community of hospice and palliative care advocates.
Membership: Organizations that contribute to HAN receive a seat on the HAN Board, which confers priority access to important information and input to the HAN policy, grassroots, and political strategy. Board members also receive monthly Policy and Regulatory Calls, and priority access to the HAN team for assistance with government relations. Our current members represent a cross section of our community. The diversity of our membership strengthens our voice.
Why join? If you aren’t at the table, you’re on the menu. The future of hospice is in the hands of Members of Congress and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Choosing not to be involved is a missed opportunity to protect the future of hospice. HAN is uniquely positioned as a hospice-focused, inclusive advocacy organization to fight for the cause of our unique, effective, cost-saving model of healthcare.
Benefits of membership: Organizations that contribute to HAN receive the following:
- Representation on the HAN Board of Directors
- A voice in guiding HAN policy, grassroots, and political strategy
- Access to exclusive Washington D.C. fly-ins
- Priority access to the HAN team for personalized assistance with government relations
- Representation under the Hospice Action Network brand in front of policymakers
- Monthly Policy and Regulatory meetings
Contact: For information about joining HAN as a membership organization, email Logan Hoover, Executive Director of HAN, at email@example.com