The Indiana Health Care Association (IHCA) is Indiana’s largest trade association and advocate representing proprietary, not-for-profit and hospital-based skilled nursing, assisted living and independent living communities. IHCA’s more than 446 member facilities care for more than 28,000 of Indiana’s geriatric and disabled citizens, the majority of whom are low-income Medicaid recipients.
Governed by a 15-member board of directors, IHCA was founded in 1958 as a not-for-profit organization dedicated to enhancing quality long term care at every level. IHCA is a founding member of the profession’s premier national organization, the American Health Care Association.
To educate, inform, and advocate on behalf of health care providers, consumers, and those who care for Indiana’s geriatric and developmentally disabled citizens.
Indiana’s assisted living communities provide residents that need help with some daily care, more independence, and social engagement opportunities.
Providing highly skilled medical and therapy services, as well as a home-like environment, Indiana’s nursing facilities care for residents with complex health care needs.
Ranging from medical supplies to food and entertainment services, hundreds of business partner with providers in the senior living sector each and every day.
The IHCA PAC provides financial contributions to the election campaigns for statewide candidates, promote health care friendly public policy, and advocate on behalf of our members in the public policy process.
INCAL provides information, education, consultation and advocacy to members, including regulatory guidance on all of the issues of interest to assisted living and residential care providers throughout the state.
IHCF’s mission is to promote health care issues concerning minorities, the elderly and chronically ill Hoosiers.