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In the ever-changing environment of regulatory and clinical affairs, you deserve an ever-present regulatory and clinical resource. IHCA/INCAL can help.
Did you know the IHCA/INCAL hosts a weekly webinar on regulatory and clinical updates for long-term care (LTC) professionals across the state of Indiana? These webinars offer a valuable platform for LTC professionals to come together and receive the latest updates and guidance on regulatory and clinical developments impacting our sector. Our team connects you with the Indiana Department of Health (IDH) experts and other key partners to keep you informed on current, immediate and important issues.LEARN MORE AND JOIN HERE
The long-term care community was significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the availability of life-saving vaccines, effective therapeutic treatments, and the commitment of our dedicated healthcare providers have enhanced our ability to effectively manage COVID-19 and safeguard the well-being of our residents and staff. The IHCA/INCAL continues to work with the Indiana Department of Health and other public health officials to equip our members with guidance and resources to control the spread and management of COVID-19.ACCESS HERE Access Get Vaccinated Provider Toolkit
We partnered with Proactive Medical Review to develop comprehensive toolkits to equip long-term care providers with informative toolkits that include several important resources and checklists on various topics related to regulatory and clinical operations at their facility.
This toolkit that is designed to help long-term care facilities prepare and swiftly respond to COVID-19 outbreaks. The toolkit includes several important resources and checklists that outline the steps that need to be taken in the event of a confirmed case of COVID-19 at a long-term care facility.
This toolkit is intended to guide the facility to implement the components of a Respiratory Protection Program that meets OSHA requirements, and addresses the evaluation, training, testing, and monitoring criteria needed for a successful facility system.
This toolkit is intended to assist facilities in monitoring PPE consumption and implementing appropriate conservation techniques.
Whether you operate a skilled nursing facility or an assisted living community, IHCA/INCAL provides information and services aimed at improving compliance and residential care.
Assistance with state licensure, federal requirements of participation, life safety code, payroll-based journal, and more.
Assistance with Quality Assurance Performance Improvement (QAPI), memory care, infection control, preventable readmissions, and more.
Access on-site and telephonic assistance with survey readiness, plan of correction and IDR guidance, and custom training & presentations.
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