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The HCN Forum provides the opportunity to network with colleagues across the country. Feel free to use the HCN Forum to share questions, challenges, and ideas related to hospice compliance, quality and best practices. 


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Forum Resource Library

Over the years HCN members have contributed numerous helpful resources to help other hospices. The Forum Resource Library houses that collection and allows members to easily share new resources in response to HCN Forum discussion topics.  Browse the library, download resources, and upload new resources to help other HCN members.


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Regulatory Reference Center

The Regulatory Reference Center, maintained by HCN, includes critical documents and other resources related to regulatory compliance. As new regulations, guidance and alerts are published they are added to the Regulatory Reference Center. Please let us know if there is something you are looking for that is not there and we will find it and add it.


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Upcoming Events

  • Everything you need to know about governmental scrutiny (part II). Learn more about this webinar and register today!
  • Hospices across the country utilize Hospice Regulatory Boot Camps to orient new staff and provide ongoing training of CEOs, Hospice Medical Directors and Team Physicians, Clinical Managers, Corporate Compliance Officers, QAPI Coordinators, the Interdisciplinary Group, and others. Weatherbee Resources has provided more than 55 Hospice Regulatory Boot Camps across the country since 2006.  More than 4,000 hospice ...
  • This webinar will explore common occurrences that trigger a complaint survey and what hospices need to do in response. Learn more about this webinar and register today!
  • Everything you need to know about governmental scrutiny (part III). Learn more about this webinar and register today!

Our Blog

  • Speaking of Quality

    As the hospice industry becomes increasingly competitive and challenging, especially with upcoming transparency meant to highlight quality, hospices are asking how they can set themselves apart. Hospices are continuing to look for ways to demonstrate quality within their communities and as they form strategic partnerships. Utilizing the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award criteria and framework ...
  • It’s that time of year again when the blooming landscape and longer days inspire a thoughtful inspection of how well our homes are in order. As we know, it is not uncommon during this process to stumble upon some areas of wear and tear that need fixing (e.g., broken gutters, missing shingles, clogged vents, the ...