Conference Recordings Available Now

Missed the conference?

No worries!

Have immediate access to all of the session recordings through the conference platform through June 30, 2021 (regardless of when you purchase them). Individual sessions recordings unavailable. Link to our registration page for more information.

Members Save BIG!

Access all 12 hours of educational content for only $99!

At checkout enter promo code: 2021NEHCC

Networking, Trivia & Exhibiting!

NETWORKING GROUP PRE-SIGN UP:

https://www.thinkhomecare.org/page/NEHCCNetwork

Wednesday session at 4:00PM, choose between Leadership, Private Care, Hospice, & Clinical/Quality Discussions Groups!

TRIVIA NIGHT!:

https://zoom.us/j/97014112741?pwd=SmNFc29YTU93VWtCQklKdE14clEzUT09

Or join through the conference platform!

Take a look at some fun cocktail recipes suggested from our Reception sponsors!

SPEED EXHIBITING ACCESS:

If you opted in, after creating your separate profile from the conference, you can access the session via the conference page at the top left tab.

Still need to create your profile?

1.) Go to app.speednetworking.com

2.) Click Join Now at the bottom to create a login (less than 1 minute)

3.) When prompted, enter the private event key: NEHCC2021

4.) Click “Register for Event” and proceed to register

5.) Check-in when asked

Network. Virtually.

Join us at NEXT WEEK’S conference for Virtual networking!

New to home care and hospice or just want to meet like-minded people in the industry? Maybe you’re looking for someone to partner with or a specific skill set. Whatever your networking goal, the New England Home Care & Hospice Conference is the “place” to be next week!

The virtual New England Home Care and Hospice Conference and Trade Show has a number of sessions set aside for you to interact with your regional colleagues. Learn more about our virtual networking options and then join us! Register today.


The 2021 Virtual conference is unlike anything else for training and virtual networking opportunities. Collaborate with colleagues and learn from regional and national experts while maximizing flexibility and control over your daily schedule. Register today and join us next week!


Multiple Options for Interaction

Networking Groups

June 2 @ 3:45 pm – 5:00 pm

Mingle like you would in real life!

Our virtual networking groups aim to connect home care and hospice professionals from around New England, without leaving the house or office to participate. Virtual networking can be an amazing resource for you and referral source for your business. Engage your network, drive collaboration, stay up-to-date, and share best practices.

This session is dedicated to peers engagement in facilitated and far reaching discussions. Simply join an existing group session from the list, or create your own topic category.

Virtual Reception with Trivia!

June 2 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Make your own cocktail and join fellow attendees for this fun networking event while testing your knowledge with virtual trivia!

This will be an event that tests your trivia prowess. Try your best guesses on general knowledge trivia questions across a plethora of topics: Pop Culture, Music, History, Geography, Sports, Science, and more, nothing is off-limits! Compete with your team for the best score and fabulous prizes. Best of luck!

This event is sponsored by POM and HHAExchange participation is open & complimentary for all conference attendees.


Coffee & COVID-19: A Conversation with HR Lawyers

June 3 @ 8:00 am – 8:30 am

The pandemic has us all dealing with new and unexpected HR issues, including employee engagement, benefits and ensuring more staff have access to the right data and technology tools to do their jobs from anywhere. The HR landscape has changed dramatically.

What will employee compensation, flexible schedules and remote-work policies look like going forward? What legal implications does an agency face when addressing staff vaccination hesitancy? Join our best legal minds as well as your colleagues to discuss for current best practices following the COVID-19 pandemic. Grab a cup of coffee and come with your questions ready at 8:00 am on Thursday, June 3.

Katherine A. Hesse, partner, and associate Rachel Mills of Murphy, Hesse, Toomey & Lehane Attorneys at Law will facilitate the conversation. This session sponsored by Murphy Hesse Toomey & Lehane, LLP


Speed Exhibiting

June 3 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Participate in quick one-on-one sessions with vendors to establish a connection and learn more about what they have to offer for you and your agency!

By agreeing to participate in this one-hour session you will receive $50 off of your registration!

Testimonials

What attendees are saying about our past events:


The annual NEHCC is a great opportunity to stay current with upcoming regulatory trends, new technologies to implement for efficiencies, and the impact of the political environment on the home health industry. The conference is packed every year with a rich agenda of national and regional speakers that make this a valuable experience.

Alyson Blanck, MSN, RN, NEA-BC 
Vice President, Home Care Operations
Nuvance Health

The NEHHC offers home health and hospice providers the opportunity to learn about best practices through the educational sessions offered as well as through networking with colleagues. NEHHC also offers providers the opportunity to meet with potential business partners to improve operations, as well as clinical, financial and quality outcomes.

Donna DeBlois, RN, BSW, MSB, MBA, AHCA
President
MaineHealth Care at Home

The NEHCC is a perfect event to engage industry leaders from across the New England home health and hospice landscape. Its without a doubt one of the best opportunities for participants wishing to talk with potential industry partners or wishing to network/learn from peer experience. The agenda, speakers, balance of insights, discussion and data are always well facilitated.

Theresa Santoro, MSN,RN, CHCA
President & Chief Executive Officer
RVNAHealth

We’d love to hear from you!

Blind Spots of Diversity, Inclusion & Implicit Bias

Diversity measures our ability to share differences, build relationships, and be creative thinkers. Inclusion measures our ability to embrace these differences through participation. Implicit bias limits our ability to be successful in diversity and inclusion efforts without even knowing it.

Join Anita Foster for this captivating look at the dynamics of diversity and inclusion and discover our ability to see the blind spots of implicit bias. Foster will examine how training and mentorship can expedite professional development, engage diverse ideas, and leads to improved customer experiences, faster innovation, and greater staff retention rates.

Anita Foster-Horne, RSW, MSW, Ph.D., Co-Founder, COO, Fostering Healthy Solutions

Spring Conference Brochure Available

Join colleagues from throughout the region on June 2 & 3 for the first Virtual New England Home Health & Hospice Conference and Trade Show. This virtual version of our regional conference features renowned keynoters and informative workshops that will give you new ideas and insight to take back to your agency.  See the full description of speakers and breakouts on our website; www.nehcc.com. Do not miss this great event now even CLOSER to home!

The spring Virtual New England Home Care & Hospice Conference includes a broad scope of presentations reflecting the variety in Home Care and Hospice across diverse populations. This year’s conference will showcase and celebrate the disciplinary and demographic diversity of the field. Expert practitioners and researchers will highlight exciting developments across a broad array of sub-disciplines, and presentations will focus on a wide range of populations and identities. 

Learn, discuss, network, and earn CEU credits with high-quality programming designed to allow registrants flexibility to explore and engage.

Save Money!

Register by May 7th, and save $50 off the registration fee.

Save even more by committing to participate in one hour of speed networking.

2021 Registration Now OPEN

Registration for the 2021 VIRTUAL New England Home Care and Hospice Conference and Trade Show is now open!

The virtual event features a great lineup of keynote speakers, panelists, educational sessions, exhibitors and networking opportunities. We have national and regional experts, clinicians, and consultants who will share hot topics, best practices and current trends in the home care and hospice.

You do not want to miss this amazing virtual event!

Learn, Grow, Connect, & Discover at the 2021 Virtual NEHCC!
At the 2021 Virtual New England Home Care and Hospice Conference and Trade Show participants will focus on how the pandemic has altered Home Care & Hospice industry both today and tomorrow. Our keynote speakers and breakouts will offer practical, real-world know-how that you can take home with you and put into action immediately.

Take a look at our inspiring keynote speakers, and hours of breakout sessions that will inform and empower, with career-building courses and workshops with real-world applications, daily networking events and an Expo Hall showcasing cutting-edge products and services. The Virtual NEHCC 2021 is the must-attend event of the year. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of it!

Members-Only Reg Sale: Save Big!
Click here to register online for the 2021 Virtual NEHC Conference & Trade Show! Staff of member agencies at any of the New England state associations, who register online by May 7 automatically save $50 – no promo code necessary.*  Non-members are welcome too!

Save even more!

Registrants have the opportunity to receive $50 off their
registration fee by agreeing to participate in the one-hour
networking session, “Speed Exhibiting”. Attendees will be
matched with vendors for 5-minute sessions over the course of
an hour – meeting with roughly 12 different vendors.
Attendees can agree to participate in this series in their initial
registration but will be charged if they do not attend live.

Registration payments by check or “bill me” option is available as well.

Looking Back

Building a great conference for 2021 by taking a look at the wonderful speakers of the past!

Each year, since 2010, the home care associations in New England have brought together more than 400 home care leaders from more than 120 agencies to offer a top quality confernce, close to home.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic derailed plans in 2020, the conference is back in a virtual format this spring. The 2021 conference is designed to provide experienced professionals with current research, new ideas and regulatory updates.

The conference attracts hundreds of home care and hospice clinicians, managers and leaders from all over New England.

Past conference topics and keynote speakers have included:

Speakers Wanted: NEHCC June 2021

March 2021: The Call for Speakers is closed.

Seeking Content from our Region’s Leaders!

Join us for the entirely VIRTUAL 2021 New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show, June 2 & 3, 2021. Be a part of our region’s premier event for home care and hospice agencies by sharing new ideas, best practices. In interactive breakout session formats.  Submit your speaker proposals to info@nehcc.com today! Speaker proposals and presentations are welcome on an array of topics.

Unlike past years, this year we are asking only for the following:
  • Contact information: Name, Credentials, Title, Organization, Email Address, Phone, City & State
  • Session title, brief topic description
  • Speaker name and title

If selected we will be in contact for more details.

To provide the best conference experience, we highly encourage that your presentation include any of the following elements:

  • Live Polling
  • Small Group Discussions
  • Q&A or Panel Discussion
  • Facilitated Breakouts
  • Other Form of Audience Engagement (please provide details)
Tips for your prESENTATION
  • Content is king – If you really want to impress the audience, pack your presentation with powerful content. 
  • Make it compelling – Our audience is composed of administrators, support staff, clinicians, direct caregivers, and industry partners. Learning levels are diverse, with the majority of participants being high level/theoretical to mid-level/practical. 
  • Be authentic and vulnerable – Don’t be afraid to speak of failure as well as success.
  • Customize – Be sure your content truly speaks to the association audience and is customized to their unique situations.
  • Knowledge sharing is the most effective marketing – Sales pitches disguised as education will result in poor ratings and lost opportunities.

NOTE: Presentations must be educational. We understand that some of our speakers wish to network with attendees and showcase their services, but we kindly ask that your presentation not be a sales pitch. Networking time will be made available to speakers, sponsors, and attendees for this purpose. We appreciate your cooperation.