Please note our new address, effective December 1:


1444 I ("Eye") Street, NW, Suite 301
Washington, DC  20005


Our phone number remains the same (202-803-2385).


The National Association for the Support of Long Term Care (NASL) is a trade association representing the legislative and regulatory interests of companies that provide physical, occupational and speech-language pathology therapies; portable x-ray/EKG and ultrasound; health information technology systems; and products such as complex medical equipment, parenteral and enteral supplies, equipment and nutrients; and additional specialized supplies for long term and post acute care settings nationally. The mission of NASL is to represent ancillary service providers and suppliers in the long term and post acute care community on healthcare policy and to advocate for high-quality, cost-effective care.






NASL Advocates Needed to Voice Concerns About the Therapy Caps Now More than Ever

Take Action Now - Ask your representatives to act on the Therapy Cap repeal before December 31st


Let Congress know that a permanent solution to the Medicare therapy caps must be enacted before the end of the year.  #Stopthecap

NASL Calls for Repeal of the Outpatient Therapy Cap in a Final Push Before Year's End
For Providers

For Family Members

For Patients

"We're close, but please keep up the pressure," urges Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD) in his video message.


Take Action to Change Policy that Threatens Beneficiary Access to SNF Care


Ask your Member of Congress to support the Improving Access to Medicare Coverage Act of 2017 (S. 568, H.R. 1421), which creates a full and permanent solution to solve the problem of SNF eligibility for beneficiaries receiving care under observation.




2017 End-of-Year Policy Wrap Up

Presented by
NASL EVP Cynthia Morton &
NASL Policy Counsel & Sims Strategies Founder Michaela Sims

Wednesday, December 20, 2017
3:00 – 4:00 pm EST

Free to NASL Members

Register today



NASL 2018 Winter Legislative
& Regulatory Conference

February 5 -7, 2018
The Madison Hotel
Washington, DC

Pre-register through January 31.
Reservations now being accepted at The Madison Hotel.


Click the calendar for upcoming NASL Committee and Workgroup calls







'Extenders' Package Would Repeal Therapy Caps, but SNF Payment Changes May be Included.  Cynthia Morton calls the therapy cap repeal "pretty exciting," telling McKnight's that she believes there's momentum to end the 20-year old therapy cap problem.  (McKnight's 10/16/17)


Three Committees - Senate Finance, House Energy and Commerce, and House Ways and Means - announced that they reached a bi-partisan, bicameral agreement on policy to permanently repeal the Part B Outpatient Therapy Cap.  The policy will repeal the therapy caps as of January 1, 2018, continue to require that an appropriate modifier be included on claims indicating the services are medically necessary, and continue targeted medical review of claims established by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA).    A copy of the discussion draft as well as a red line version that is easier to review are available for download through the NASL Member Resources page (member login is required).  (10/27/17)


Don't miss the great summary from ONC Principal Deputy National Coordinator for Health Information Technology on HealthITBuzz blog about the recent LTPAC Summit with NASL members & key stakeholders. NASL applauds our IT Committee members that have signed the ONC Health IT Interoperability Pledge, too. Read Out of NHIT Week Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Summit. (HealthITBuzz blog, 10/26/17)

At its 28th Annual Meeting, NASL names Leigh Ann Frick, President, Care Navigation Consulting, its 2017 Member of the Year.  (10/16/17)