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Alliance for Home Health Quality and Innovation Launches New Website with Updated Features and Research Rich Content

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 27, 2012
Contact: Emily White
703-548-0019

Alliance for Home Health Quality and Innovation Launches New Website with Updated Features and Research Rich Content

New site to serve as hub for home health research, news and updates

WASHINGTON, DC – The Alliance for Home Health Quality and Innovation (The Alliance) today announced the launch of its updated website. The new site, available at www.ahhqi.org, features updated content and showcases the Alliance as a premier research institute in the field of home health care.

The new site features increased functionality, easier navigation and social media plug-ins so stakeholders, Alliance members and interested members of the home health community can remain up to date on the latest news and research. The Alliance also added a blog to its site allowing for timely synthesis of news and thoughts from leaders in the home health community.

“As the Alliance has grown in membership and research production, we felt the time had come for a complete website overhaul,” stated Teresa Lee, Executive Director of the Alliance. “Our hope is that this new site will serve as a hub for home health community news, research and updates and become a go-to resource for thought leaders in the industry.”

The homepage of the site combines information on the latest research available, interesting home health facts, a direct link to the blog, and content areas that reflect the mission of the organization. It welcomes visitors with organized features and fresh content, which presents the latest available research in the home health field. The goal of the website is to serve as a vehicle for disseminating home health research to the larger health care community.

“Our website is the nerve center of our organization, housing research and engaging members and stakeholders in the broader home health community,” added Lee. “The new site reflects the growth of the Alliance as a leading research organization and information source for all things home health.”

The site also contains links to other helpful resources involving home health and educating the public on the clinical, fiscal and human value of much-needed services.