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Make a valuable and unique contribution to your community and professional/personal development by getting involved in one of our committees or the Board of Directors. 
Participation is a great way to connect with your colleagues in the EOL community. You will be helping make a big impact while gaining personal rewards.


Express an interest today online: www.ahpco.org or via email to info@ahpco.org.

Regulatory Alert
January 2013 :: www.ahpco.org


As previously communicated, a required change to the administrative rules for the Arizona Department of Health Services has resulted in changes that are being proposed to the rules that govern hospices in the state of Arizona. The public comment period for these changes is in effect until February 1st.  In response to these proposed changes, AHPCO convened a Workgroup to examine the changes and post an official response for the organization.  
Your Action is Needed!  Comment by Feb 1
Please review the Proposed Rules, the Workgroup's Summary and then submit a comment - together we can present a unified voice on these changes. 
As always, we welcome your feedback on our communications... please call the AHPCO Executive Director, Marie Fredette at (480) 491-0540 or send an email with your comments. 

Making a Difference is as Easy as 1-2-3

1. Proposed Rules
To review the proposed rules as published by DHS, click here. 
2. Workgroup Summary
To review the summary of comments and recommendations developed by the AHPCO Workgroup, click here.
3. Make a Comment
To submit a comment to DHS, click here
Go to the Hospice bullet and then click on Online Survey.
This is an online survey tool - for best results, please prepare your comments in a word or text document and then cut and paste them into the fields on the form.

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Arizona Hospice and Palliative Care Organization is the 501c3 nonprofit membership organization representing hospice and palliative care programs and professionals in Arizona.  AHPCO is dedicated to advancing quality end-of-life care and serving as a voice and resource for its members and the communities which they serve.  For more information, visit us online at www.ahpco.org or call (480) 491-0540.