NAQC membership

Renew Your NAQC Membership!

Dear <<First Name>>,

Thank you to all NAQC members for your ongoing commitment to NAQC and for advancing the quitline community!

NAQC’s Membership Renewal Process has begun today for the new fiscal year (beginning on July 1). For your convenience, we will be sending renewal invoices to all individual members and organizational contacts by February 20th . There is no need to re-apply for membership. You can now renew your membership online using a credit card by clicking the “membership info” link under your member profile and then clicking on “securely renew your membership now” link. Membership dues can be paid with a check, a major credit card (Visa, MC, AMEX), or an online transfer. To set-up the transfer method, please contact Natalia Gromov at or 800-398-5489 ext. 701.

If you have questions regarding renewal, billing, or any other matters concerning your membership, please contact us at or 800-398-5489 ext. 701.

Important Membership Information for FY14!

  • NAQC will be sending renewal invoices to all individual members and organizational contacts by February 22
  • Membership renewal process will close on July 1, 2014
  • NAQC did not increase the dues levels for FY2014
Your membership dues allow us to address important policy changes and be flexible in taking on new initiatives that respond to your needs. Below is a review of important products and resources that we launched in the last year and new initiatives we will be working on in the upcoming months.

Medicaid Coverage
Last year NAQC launched a Medicaid Learning Community to support shared-learning and dissemination of proven-practices related to effective implementation of the new CMS guideline allowing quitlines as an allowable administrative cost expenditure. We are continuing this much needed work this year and have added case studies, new webinar topics, and an online resource repository to address member needs. For more information, please visit the Medicaid Coverage page.

Public-Private Partnerships
Developing cost-sharing partnerships with both the private and public health plan sectors can help maximize quitline services and strengthen quitline sustainability. NAQC’s work is focused on 1) establishing a strong foundation of common knowledge among states, provinces and coalitions on how to advance tobacco coverage among public and private insurers, and 2) providing technical assistance to a number of states. A series of webinars, online resources, and technical assistance materials are available on the Public-Private Partnership Initiative page.   

Annual Quitline Survey
Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2011 annual survey! Please find important findings from the survey at the links below and make sure to participate in the 2012 annual survey which launched on January 23, 2013!  

2011 Survey final results (highlights) click here: US and Canada
2011 Survey final results (full report) click here: US and Canada
Recording of the Webinar presenting the Highlights report, click here .

Other Resources

We thank you again for your commitment and hope to work with you on achieving NAQC’s 2015 goals through quitline community advocacy, education, and research.
Linda A. Bailey
President & CEO

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