The national voice for not-for-profit advanced illness, hospice, and palliative care providers.
Our Unwavering Commitment? People Over Profits, Every Single Time.
Our community-based, values-oriented members stand as the pioneering architects of high-quality, patient-centered, home-based care. Amidst the challenges of shifting patient preferences, pervasive public distrust, workforce shortages, and an array of other obstacles, these organizations serve as the trusted authorities at the forefront of healthcare transformation. Their commitment remains unwavering — prioritizing people over profits in every single instance.
The Latest News
“The Uncomfortable Truth about Death”
Remembering Rosalynn Carter: A Trailblazer in Healthcare Advocacy
NPHI Statement on the Passing of Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter
NPHI Releases Statement Calling Rosalynn Carter’s Decision to Enter Hospice-at-Home Care “Courageous”
NPHI Expands its Membership by Welcoming Hospice & Palliative Care Association of New York State
NPHI CEO Tom Koutsoumpas Named 'Top Innovator' by Modern Healthcare
We are proud to announce that our CEO, Tom Koutsoumpas, was selected for a Top Innovator award by Modern Healthcare. Tom was awarded the accolade for his leadership in driving innovation across NPHI’s 100+ member organizations and through several initiatives, including the work of NPHI’s Innovation Lab.
Are you or a loved one looking for a high-quality hospice or palliative care provider?
NPHI’s 100+ members contribute strength, leadership, and innovation to the provision of advanced illness and hospice care. Collectively, we leverage our experiences to improve the care experience for all Americans nearing the last stage of life. Our member programs are mission-driven, patient, family, and community-focused advanced illness and hospice care providers with expertise and passion for achieving the highest quality, person and family-centered, end-of-life care.
Advocacy & Strategic Initiatives
NPHI strongly believes that the long-term benefits of hospice care for an aging population can be advanced through an active and ongoing collaboration between our community of not-for-profits and the federal government.
Our members can assist policymakers in the development and evaluation of policies that promote quality, safety, and efficiency.
NPHI provides formal statements, responses, and recommendations to thought leaders, decision-makers and health care stakeholders.
NPHI has created a series of briefs to summarize key policy areas that are of interest to our members.