AHCA recognizes Advocats longer term care services with 2010 National Quality Awards Advocat Inc.


AHCA recognizes Advocat’s longer term care services with 2010 National Quality Awards Advocat Inc. today announced that five of its long term care services were recognized with 2010 National Quality Awards by the American Healthcare Association . The AHCA awards derive from the Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award criteria and have three degrees of awards for assisted living facilities. To become eligible to receive these nationwide awards a service must demonstrate at least a three year history of excellence in quality care, staff and residents’ satisfaction, and regulatory compliance. Council, III, Chief Executive Officer of Advocat.’.‘Reform is primarily focused on health care coverage and reducing health care costs, and even optimistic estimates predict that any proposal up for grabs will still leave thousands without access to affordable care,’ said Rachel Ward, one of the authors of the Deadly Delivery record.’ Rapid and comprehensive federal leadership is required, as the report found numerous systemic failures, including the pursuing: Burdensome bureaucratic methods in Medicaid enrollment considerably delay access to vital prenatal look after pregnant women seeking government-funded treatment.