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VNAA provides an extensive array of educational programming and resources to support members as they continue to improve quality performance and increase accessibility to care in their community. With top professionals in the health care and hospice fields, our Education and Quality team coordinates in-person and online programming that addresses the current issues that face home health and hospice providers.

VNAA Blueprint for Excellence

The VNAA Blueprint for Excellence is a comprehensive quality improvement and workforce training resource for home health and hospice providers. It is designed to provide information and tools for care providers, payers, policymakers, researchers and others with a stake in improving care transitions and care at the end of life.

Available at no cost, the VNAA Blueprint includes research- and practice-based tools and training, as well as measurement and evaluation resources to guide home health care practices. This web-based tool--available at easy to use, easy to access and available any time.

VNAA Clinical Procedure Manual

The 19th edition of VNAA's Clinical Procedure Manual is now available. This edition features over 300 procedures common to home health, hospice and palliative care providers. For the first time, purchasers of our digital licensing packages will now have instant access to these procedures on the go via tablet or smartphone. Learn more about this exciting new option and see what else is new in the 19th edition by visiting the CPM FAQ.

VNAA Case Study Compendiums

VNAA's Case Study Compendiums highlight the success of VNAA member agency collaborations and partnerships. The goal of these compendiums is to collect detailed information about successful programs and share this wealth of knowledge with other agencies, policymakers, and external stakeholders. It is VNAA's desire that this information demonstrate the value of nonprofit home health and hospice to others across the continuum as a proven sub-acute provider.

In-Person Meetings

VNAA hosts national and regional conferences each year, giving members the opportunity to learn from each other. During the VNAA Annual Meeting, participants hear from industry leaders and have the opportunity to present or attend workshops and poster sessions about issues specific to nonprofit home health and hospice providers.

Each September, the Public Policy Leadership Conference convenes home health and hospice leaders in Washington, D.C., to educate lawmakers about nonprofit home health and hospice delivery systems and about the vulnerable patients they serve. VNAA secures high caliber industry speakers who provide insight and expertise on the regulatory and legislative affairs that affect VNAA members.

The VNAA hosts several Regional Meetings throughout the year to educate, advance and convene members in smaller work groups outside of the national conferences.

Committees and Interest Groups

VNAA offers a variety of topic-specific committees, interest groups and task forces that encourage members to share best practices and learn from each other.

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