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AHCAAgency for Health Care Administration
AHCAAmerican Health Care Association
AHCAAffordable Healthcare Act
AHCAAmerican Hockey Coaches Association
AHCAAustralian Health Care Agreement
AHCAArizona Health Care Association
AHCAAmerican Highland Cattle Association
AHCAAustin Healey Club of America
AHCAArkansas Health Care Association
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AHCAAustin History Center Association
AHCAArlington Heights Civic Association
AHCAAustralian Health Cover Advisors
AHCAAdditional Housing Cost Allowance
AHCAAdditional Housing Costs Allowance (UK)
AHCAAspen Hill Civic Association, Inc.
AHCAAroostook Home Care Agency
AHCAAustrian Hobie Class Association
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The American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) represent more than 13,000 non-profit and proprietary skilled nursing centers, assisted living communities, sub-acute centers and homes for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Sources: American Health Care Association, 1201 L Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.
Demand for nursing services is expected to exceed supply by 20% in the next 2 decades, the American Health Care Association says in a report released during a hearing of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pension Committee's Aging Subcommittee.
A study released by the American Health Care Association found state Medicaid programs underfunded nursing homes by $5.6 billion in 2010, paying on average $7.17 per hour per patient, which is less than minimum wage
Bruce Yarwood: Acting President and Chief Executive Officer, American Health Care Association and the National Center For Assisted Living, Washington, D.C.
Some examples of professional and trade associations offering quality education as well as networking opportunities include the American College of Health Care Administrators, the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, and the American Health Care Association. These organizations also offer listservs--e-mail chat groups--in which members can share policies, best practices, and programs.
That's not happy news in an industry that saw the annual patient care liability cost grow from $430 per occupied bed in 2004 to $2,310 in 2005, according to a recent study by Columbia, Md.-based Aon Risk Consultants and the American Health Care Association in Washington, D.C.
Meanwhile, the American Health Care Association places the rate at 50 percent for all LTC divisions except certified nursing assistants (CNAs), where turnover is 71 percent.
The American Health Care Association (AHCA) and its National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL) have selected Harold J.
According to the American Health Care Association, Medicaid underfunds two out of every three nursing home residents, for a total loss of $4.1 billion annually.
More efforts will be made to reform Medicaid, which continually underfunds care providers, leading to a national shortfall of more than $4.1 billion, according to Hal Daub, president and chief executive officer of the American Health Care Association in Washington, D.C.
Leading long-term care organizations, such as the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA) and the American Health Care Association (AHCA), recently conceived the Quality First initiative, with a mission "to achieve excellence in aging services and to earn public trust." Its 10-Point Plan includes "community involvement" and developing "public trust and consumer confidence."
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