Why should you join NAQAP?

As a NAQAP member, you will be able to directly connect with the network of preferred industry providers in your membership group, as well as leading payers, healthcare systems, direct healthcare providers, and government and academic organizations.

In addition, you will have access to aggregated information impacting your organization, have the ability to request information and referrals from members, and be invited to attend critical-knowledge educational and/or informational sessions.

You will also be kept up-to-the-minute on the latest industry trends and innovations, including:

  • New approaches to engagement with ancillary healthcare providers by healthcare systems across the country
  • Data and technology and their implications for ancillary healthcare providers
  • Trends in population health
  • Tax implications
  • Emerging certifications

Membership Levels

Ancillary Provider Membership

Annual Dues: $1,200

Open to all persons, entities and business organizations currently in the acute/post acute care continuum. Such Members shall be entitled to all benefits of membership, including access to the network of experts in a variety of professional and business fields, access to information and data shared among Members, and discounts to the educational presentations conducted by the Association.

Direct Provider Membership

Annual Dues: $1,200

Reserved for  Direct Providers including Acute Care Facilities (Hospitals), Subacute Care Facilities (Skilled Nursing Facilities) and Residential facilities.

Direct Provider Members shall be entitled to benefits of membership as set forth by the Board.


Affiliate Membership

Annual Dues: $600

Offered only to Governmental, Academic and Patients’ Rights Associations with interest in the healthcare provider field.

Founders and Board of Governors

Annual Dues: $12,500

Reserved for approximately fifteen (15) persons, entities, or business organizations interested in assuming an active role in facilitating, establishing, implementing and maintaining policies, programs, and governance of the Association. Founding Members are entitled to all benefits of membership and assume an advisory role to the Board and a leadership role with the Association. Founding Members are active advocates on behalf of ancillary providers at the local, state and federal government levels.