Member Benefits

The Association was established in 1972 and currently has a membership of over 750 provider agencies and vendors. AHHC's mission is REAL: Resources, Education, Advocacy and Leadership. AHHC Members can expect these member benefits and more!


  • Technical Assistance from our team of experts on clinical issues, regulatory policies and political initiatives
  • Consultation with experienced staff, three of which are registered nurses specializing in home care, home health and hospice  
  • DHSR & DMA Technical Assistance
  • NCTracks Support & Assistance
  • Regulatory Updates & Policy Interpretation
  • Member Discounts on products & services provided by our Vendor Members
  • Website with exclusive member content
  • Discounted employee listings on AHHC’s Career Center
  • Complimentary agency listing in our online directory, utilized by thousands of key referral sources every day



  • Strong representation before the NC General Assembly, and in meetings with key officials from NC Medicaid and DHSR, advocating for laws and payment rates that support your mission to provide quality home care
  • Effective lobbying strategies executed by a superior government affairs team, achieving results and protecting healthcare at home programs
  • Access to NC registered lobbyists. AHHC retains one in-house lobbyist and several contract lobbyists who fight for members on state legislative and regulatory matters
  • Access to exclusive member Government Affairs updates


  • AHHC is active in all of the national associations (NAHC, NHPCO, HCAOA, the Council of Home Care State Associations) so you are sure to be kept abreast of all issues impacting our industry
  • AHHC’s President and CEO, Tim Rogers, currently serves as Chairman of the Palmetto GBA 16-State Coalition, and is a past Chairman of the National Council of State Home Care and Hospice Associations
  • 49 Years of Operation & Growth and Over 175 Years of Staff Experience in the Home Care and Hospice industry
  • Opportunity to serve on one of our Committees: Government Affairs, Clinical and Regulatory Affairs, Hospice Leaders Council, Public Relations and Communications, DHSR Liaison, Medicaid Liaison, Insurance, Medicare Liaison, Professional Development and the Private Duty Home Care Task Force