Working with HHFMA for the past four years has been an extremely rewarding experience. It's the most productive committee I've ever been part of. I'm honored by the trust NAHC has placed in me and very pleased to be working even closer with the group
Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) May 10, 2012
Barbara Rosenblum, Founder and CEO of Strategic Healthcare Programs (SHP), a data analysis and performance improvement organization based in Santa Barbara, California, has been appointed to the board of NAHC's Home Care and Hospice Financial Managers Association (HHFMA) and also chairman of the Business Analytics Committee. Ms. Rosenblum is intimately involved in the analysis and reporting of key performance indicators to over 5,000 home care clients across the nation, and these recent appointments allow NAHC and its membership to leverage her 16 years of experience in healthcare data analytics for industry advocacy and education.
HHFMA is a professional organization that brings together individuals that work for consulting, planning, management, financial and CPA firms along with the chief financial officers, chief operating officers, and chief executive officers of the nation’s 25,000 home care agencies and hospices.
"Working with HHFMA for the past four years has been an extremely rewarding experience. It's the most productive committee I've ever been part of. I'm honored by the trust NAHC has placed in me and very pleased to be working even closer with the group”, said Rosenblum.
Bill Dombi, Esq., Vice President for Law at the Center for Health Care Law, a public interest law firm established by NAHC in 1987 and director of HHFMA stated, “HHFMA is very fortunate to have experts such as Barbara involved in helping the home care and hospice community. Barbara has made many valuable contributions over the years within HHFMA. As one of the HHFMA Advisory Board members, her insights and knowledge will definitely make HHFMA even better.
About SHP: Founded in 1996, Strategic Healthcare Programs provides real-time, actionable information that informs both strategic enterprise planning and tactical operations management. Using a web-based dashboard, providers use the program to improve clinical outcomes, financial performance, patient satisfaction, and compliance with regulations. http://www.SHPdata.com.
About NAHC: NAHC is the nation’s largest trade association representing the interests and concerns of home care agencies, hospices, home care aide organizations, and medical equipment suppliers. Visit http://www.nahc.org for more information.