CNHACouncil for Native Hawaiian Advancement
CNHACanadian Network for Health in the Arts
CNHAChina National Hardware Association
CNHACommunity Nurse Health Association
CNHAComanche Nation Housing Authority
CNHACertified New Hampshire Assessors
CNHAColorado Natural History Adventure
CNHACertified Natural Health Advocate (Institute for the Study of Traditional Naturopathy)
CNHAChincoteague Natural History Association (Chincoteague, VA)
CNHACertified Nursing Home Administrator
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Legg, PhD, CNHA, GNP-BC, FACHCA, is interim MSN academic chair at the Kaplan University School of Nursing as well as a consultant and education director for Gerber Consulting Services in Clymer, Pennsylvania.
For more information, contact Nina Willingham, CNHA, Senior Executive Director, at (941) 360-6411.
DuBois, MS, CNHA, FACHCA, has been a nursing home administrator in Maine since 2000.
Morris Tenenbaum is CEO of Kings Harbor Multicare Center, Bronx, New York (a two-time OPTIMA Award winner) and CNHA Fellow of the American College of Health Care Administrators.
Legg, PhD, CNHA, GNP-BC, FACHCA, is Assistant Professor of Health Sciences at TUI University, Cypress, California.
Rowe, CNHA, has been working in nursing homes for almost 30 years, starting at age 14 in laundry and housekeeping, and then as a nursing assistant.
Ric Henry, CPHRM, CNHA, FACHCA, is President of LTC Alliance, LLC, a national consulting and service firm specializing in risk management for the healthcare industry.
Farley, PhD, CNHA, has been involved in long-term care for more than 25 years and has served as the President/CEO at GlenWood Park Retirement Village, Princeton, W.
Recently Marianna Kern Grachek, MSN, CNHA, CALA, executive director of JCAHO's Long Term Care Accreditation Programs, clarified and explained these changes in an interview with Nursing Homes/Long Term Care Management Editor-in-Chief Richard L.
Vicki McAllister, CNHA, CAS, administrator/COO of Glencroft Care Center in Glendale, Arizona, wholeheartedly agrees: "Traditionally, when a resident's condition changes from moderate to advanced dementia, he/she is transferred from a dedicated dementia unit into the general population because current thinking is that the resident can no longer benefit from specialized dementia programming.
Farley, PhD, CNHA, is president/CEO, GlenWood Park Retirement Village, Princeton, W.
CNHA, is president of LTC Alliance, LLC, a consulting and service firm offering risk-management consultation and risk-assessment surveys, training seminars, survey data reports and custom policy and procedure systems for long-term care.