Members of the Texas Association for Home Care & Hospice (TAHC&H) are contacting theirmembers of Congress today to educate them on potentially devastating consequences to home care and hospice patients and Texas taxpayers of certain deficit-reduction proposals.
What does TAHC stand for?
TAHC stands for Texas Association for Home Care (now Texas Association for Home Care & Hospice, Inc.)
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We have 6 other meanings of TAHC in our Acronym Attic
- Thai-Australian Highland Agricultural Project
- Temple Area Home Builders (Temple, TX)
- Transient Assisted Harmonic Balance
- Trial Advocacy Honors Board (Whittier Law School; California)
- Total Abdominal Hysterectomy and Bilateral Salpingo-Oophorectomy (also seen as TAH/BSO)
- Tara Afghan Hound Club (Atlanta, GA)
- Technology Assessment in Health Care
- Tennessee Association for Home Care (Nashville, TN)
- Texas Animal Health Commission
- Texas Appaloosa Horse Club (Collinsville, TX)
- Torrington Area Health District (Connecticut)
- Tanzania Home Economics Association
- Tuskegee Area Health Education Center
- Telangiectasia-Associated Hepatic Fibrosis
- The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Mark Twain book)
- The American Homeownership Foundation (various locations)
- Texas Association for Healthcare Financial Administration (Austin, TX)
- Texas AIDS Health Fraud Information Network
- Texas Association of Healthcare Facilities Management
- Teaching American History Grant
Samples in periodicals archive:
I think it will put consumers at risk," said Anita Bradberry, executive director of the Texas Association for Home Care, which represents such companies.
These rate cuts will significantly jeopardize the quality, affordability and accessibility of Medicaid home health therapy services for those who need them most," said Anita Bradberry, executive director of the Texas Association for Home Care and Hospice.
Mike McLamore, of the Texas Association for Home Care & Hospice, questioned proposed cuts in Medicaid that would reduce funding for in-home care providers by 28 percent.