Advancing Indiana’s long-term care profession.
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 communities and Independent Living. IHCA's more than 440 member facilities care for more than 25,000 of Indiana's geriatric and developmentally disabled citizens, the majority of whom are low-income Medicaid recipients.
The mission of the Indiana Health Care Association (IHCA) is to educate, inform, and advocate on behalf of health care providers, consumers, and the workforce. IHCA maintains legislative, regulatory, reimbursement and public affairs, as well as member services. Staff works internally to serve member providers and externally to assist the interests of government, the greater health care community and the general public.
Governed by a 15-member board of directors, IHCA was founded in 1958 as a not-for-profit organization dedicated to quality long-term care. IHCA is a founding member of the profession's premier national organization, the American Health Care Association.
IHCA offers membership to facilities and also Associate Members, or companies that provide valuable products and services to long-term care providers. Among other services, IHCA connects Associate Members with Indiana's largest group of long-term care buyers.
Indiana Health Care Political Action Committee (PAC)
The IHCA PAC provides financial contributions to the election campaigns for statewide candidates, promote health care friendly public policy, and advocate on behalf of IHCA members in the public policy process. Supporting political candidates provides IHCA members and staff with critical access to current and future policy makers. The IHCA PAC works to help make the voices of IHCA members heard and encourages members to become involved in the political process. Learn more >
Indiana Center for Assisted Living (INCAL)
Representing a broad range of assisted living facilities in Indiana, INCAL includes a diverse mix of different ownership structures, sizes, scopes, locations and service arrays. 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. Learn more >
Indiana Health Care Foundation (IHCF)
The Indiana Health Care Foundation (IHCF), a 501 (c) (3) organization, was established by the Indiana Health Care Association in 1997. IHCF’s mission is to promote health care issues concerning minorities, the elderly and chronically ill Hoosiers. IHCF funds are earmarked to educate the general public on health care issues, support research and awareness projects to promote and improve health care outcomes, and the delivery of health care services. IHCF funds are awarded through scholarships, sponsorships and underwriting. Learn more >
Membership opportunities are available for skilled nursing and assisted living facilities or businesses supplying products and services to the long-term care profession. Learn more.