Member Committees and Interest Groups
VNAA offers its members many different opportunities to get involved and help lead the discussion regarding the top issues of the day in home-based care.
Members who wish to join any of the groups on this page should contact Eileen Grande at [email protected]
- Public Policy
- Quality and Innovation
- Annual Meeting
- Home Health Best Practices
- Hospice Best Practices
An interest group is a collection of administrators or staff from affiliate members who meet regularly via teleconference to discuss issues specific to their interest group topic. These teleconferences are a great way to get in-depth information and fresh insights on topical issues from other VNAA Affiliate Members.
- Business Development
- Clinical Leaders
- Financial Leaders
- Hospice Roundtable
A listserv is an electronic mailing list of affiliate members interested in a certain topic or specific area of concern. Listservs are a wonderful way of facilitating online discussions and making connections with your colleagues throughout the country. Anything sent to a listserv address will go to all subscribers. This is the best way to get an immediate answer to a question you may have by asking the other members.Sign Up
This listserv is for all VNAA Affiliate members to share knowledge and exchange ideas on a variety of topics that affect their agency and the home healthcare field, and that don't fit into any of the other topical listservs. This is an excellent venue to share best practices and ask questions of your peers.
VNAA created the Accountable Care Organization and Patient-Centered Medical Home (ACO/PCMH) listserv to facilitate communication and information exchange among VNAA members on integration and engagement in new care delivery models.
This is a network of business development, community relations, and marketing personnel from member VNAs and Hospices agencies who are interested in sharing ideas on topics such as: aligning sales and clinical teams and selling specialty programs. This group has a listserv and also meets bi-monthly via teleconference.
VNAA's CEO Listserv is open to any member CEO. The purpose of the CEO Listserv is to help member CEO's share ideas and concerns as well as solutions that are working in their VNAs, Hospices and communities.
The purpose of the Clinical-QI listserv is to encourage and facilitate communication and information exchange among the Clinical-QI community. With the advent of the VNAA Chronic Care Clearinghouse. VNAA developed this forum to allow clinicians to share ideas regarding "best practices" and ask questions of their peers across the country.
Share best practices and winning strategies with communications professionals at your fellow nonprofit home health and hospice agencies.
The FMG is a forum for member CFOs, Finance VPs, controllers and financial managers to exchange ideas and jointly research and discuss the issues relevant to managing external revenue sources and internal financial management functions at a Visiting Nurse Agency or Hospice Agency. The FMG has a listserv and also meets bi-monthly via teleconference.
This listserv is for homecare and hospice agencies that are affiliated with or are part of a hospital, health system or other entity. Common discussion topics include providing value to the system, maintaining healthy relationships with partners throughout the hospital or system, working well with administration and more. This is an outstanding forum for seeking guidance from your peers, discussing current trends and sharing successes.
This listserv was created for encouraging and facilitating information sharing among VNAA members interested in hospice care. It also allows VNAA to communicate hospice updates directly to participating VNA staff.
This listserv is for the purpose of communicating with other VNAA members that have an interest in immunization programs like flu, pneumonia, hepatitis, travel health, etc. Share ideas and ask for suggestions to make your immunization programs even stronger! This group also meets occasionally via teleconference, usually during pre-booking periods for flu vaccine, and during the beginning of the flu season.
The Medicaid listserv was created to facilitate communication and information exchange among VNAA members on issues related to Medicaid program expansion initiatives including programs to support dually eligible populations, advance Home and Community-based Waiver projects, and report on challenges and successes in Medicaid Managed Care engagement.
The Managed Care Partnerships listserv offers direct communications and quick links to member agencies under contract to managed care organizations to share their experiences and to agencies that need additional information and resources.