Merchandise Details
The Essential Hospice-Facility Contracting Resource: Inpatient, Respite, Nursing Home and Assisted
Member Price$0.00
Non-Member Price$0.00
Merchandise Description

(replaces the Hospice and Nursing Home/Assisted Living Contracting Toolkit and includes new agreements and tools).

Developed by the Hospice and Palliative Care Group of the Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C. Law Firm

Special NAHC Member rate:  $595 (single provider number)

NON-NAHC Member rate:      $995

Multi-provider number organizations:  Please see Order Form

To order, complete the Order Form and submit as directed; if you are a member of NAHC, please remember to check the box (membership will be confirmed with NAHC membership department)

To order this item you must complete an order form and submit it directly to the Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C. Law Firm. To access the ORDER FORM, take the following steps:

  1. Add item to cart
  2. Hit “Check Out”
  3. Select “Purchase Now”
  4. On the “Check Out” page, go to “My Profile”, then to “My Transactions”
  5. Go to the “My Downloadable Products” prompt; the ORDER FORM will be available for print and submission


With new agreements and tools, The Essential Hospice-Facility Contracting Resource is a must-have for every hospice. The additional insights and contracting tips can help you strategically respond to the changing regulatory landscape. Grounded in nearly two decades of experience working with hospices around the country, this trusted industry resource includes the following:

  • Detailed tips about emerging business and legal issues in the hospice industry, including implementation of the new nursing home regulations related to hospice care and billing for items and services "related to the terminal illness and related conditions"
  • Instructive footnotes throughout the agreements explaining how to implement key provisions
  • An easy-to-follow "road map" to the nursing facility agreement, allowing you to customize your organization's agreements and identify potential issues in other facilities' contracts
  • Practical explanations of the important differences between contract provisions that are required and where you have room to negotiate with facilities
  • New agreements — 9 total — to allow your organization to partner with different types of facilities for a variety of services