[January 13, 2020] IHCA/INCAL Members Achieve Progress in Quality in Long Term Care - IHCA
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[January 13, 2020] IHCA/INCAL Members Achieve Progress in Quality in Long Term Care

Posted Jan 13, 20206 min Read

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We’re excited to share that 384 Indiana skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) are being nationally recognized by the American Health Care Association for the quality of care they provide.

In Indiana, 20 SNFs met all four of the national quality care goals set by AHCA’s Quality Initiative. In addition, 120 SNFs met three of the four national goals.

The four goals of the AHCA’s Quality Initiative are:

  • Safely reduce long-stay and short-stay hospitalizations by improving 10 percent—or maintain a rate of 10 percent or less;
  • Improve functional outcomes (mobility) by 15 percent;
  • Improve long-stay and short-stay satisfaction by 10 percent—or achieve a rate of 90 percent or greater; and
  • Safely reduce the off-label use of antipsychotics by 10 percent—or maintain a rate of eight percent or less in long-stay residents and maintain a rate of one percent or less in short-stay patients.

“This achievement represents progress on important quality measures that will positively impact the lives of residents,” said Dr. David Gifford, Senior Vice President of Quality and Regulatory Affairs and Chief Medical Officer for the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living. “We applaud these organizations for their hard work and dedication to this significant quality improvement effort.”

Indiana SNFs meeting all four of the goals are:

  • Community Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
  • Springs Valley Meadows
  • Westview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
  • Monticello Healthcare
  • Valparaiso Care & Rehabilitation
  • North Capitol Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
  • Willowdale Village
  • Todd-Dickey Nursing and Rehabilitation
  • Laurels of Dekalb
  • Ben Hur Health and Rehabilitation
  • Brown County Health and Living Community
  • Good Samaritan Home & Rehabilitative Center
  • Zionsville Meadows
  • Markle Health & Rehabilitation
  • Betz Nursing Home
  • Meadow Lakes
  • Coventry Meadows
  • Springhill Village
  • Countryside Meadows
  • Aspen Trace Health & Living Community

 Indiana SNFs meeting three of the four goals are:

  • Providence Anderson
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, Wabash
  • Garden Villa – Bloomington
  • Willow Manor
  • Millers Merry Manor, Rushville
  • Pilgrim Manor
  • Golden Living Center-Brookview
  • Heritage Park
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, Plymouth
  • Trailpoint Village
  • Riverwalk Village
  • Golden Living Center-Mishawaka
  • Cardinal Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
  • Rosewalk Village at Lafayette
  • Danville Regional Rehabilitation
  • Meadows Manor North
  • Riverview Village
  • Franklin Meadows
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, Marion
  • Golden Living Center-Fountainview
  • Altenheim Health & Living Community
  • Maple Park Village
  • University Nursing Center
  • The Waters of Greencastle
  • Hillcrest Village
  • Majestic Care of New Haven
  • The Waters of Clifty Falls
  • Great Lakes Healthcare Center
  • Rosebud Village
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, Logansport
  • Yorktown Manor
  • Chesterton Manor
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, Hobart
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, Sullivan
  • Life Care Center of Fort Wayne
  • Lake Pointe Village
  • East Lake Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
  • Miller’s Senior Living Community, Indianapolis
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, Rockport
  • The Waters of Princeton
  • The Waters of Dillsboro-Ross Manor
  • Wintersong Village
  • Avalon Village
  • Colonial Oaks Health Care Center
  • American Village
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, Portage
  • The Waters of New Castle
  • Meadow View Health and Rehabilitation
  • University Heights Health and Living Community
  • Park Terrace Village
  • Rosewalk Village
  • Salem Crossing
  • Heritage House Rehabilitation & Health Care Center
  • Mount Vernon Nursing and Rehabilitation
  • Elkhart Meadows
  • Rawlins House Health & Living Community
  • Majestic Care of Fort Wayne
  • Amber Manor Care Center
  • Majestic Care of Sheridan
  • Caroleton Healthcare Center
  • The Waters of Muncie
  • Lowell Healthcare
  • Prairie Village Nursing and Rehabilitation
  • Swiss Villa Nursing and Rehabilitation
  • Signature Healthcare of Bremen
  • The Waters of Rising Sun
  • Southwood Healthcare Center
  • Ambassador Healthcare
  • Majestic Care of Connersville
  • The Waters of Scottsburg
  • Paddock Springs
  • Century Villa Health Care
  • South Shore Health & Rehabilitation Center
  • Bloomington Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, Tipton
  • Pleasant View Lodge
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, Dunkirk
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, Hartford City
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, New Carlisle
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, Hope
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, Syracuse
  • Miller’s Merry Manor, Garrett
  • Arbor Grove Village
  • Flatrock River Lodge
  • Lodge of the Wabash
  • Canterbury Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
  • Owen Valley Health Campus
  • Oakwood Health Campus
  • Waterford Place Health Campus
  • Bethlehem Woods Nursing and Rehabilitation
  • Homewood Health Campus
  • Morristown Manor
  • Silver Oaks Health Campus
  • Clark Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center
  • Covered Bridge Health Campus
  • Oak Village
  • Woodbridge Health Campus
  • Riveroaks Health Campus
  • Ashford Place Health Campus
  • St Andrews Health Campus
  • Hampton Oaks Health Campus
  • Waterford Crossing
  • Brownsburg Meadows
  • Springhurst Health Campus
  • Morrison Woods Health Campus
  • Cobblestone Crossings Health Campus
  • The Terrace at Solarbron
  • Creasy Springs Health Campus
  • White Oak Health Campus
  • Greenwood Meadows
  • Blair Ridge Health Campus
  • Sprenger Health Care of Mishawaka
  • Wellbrooke of Wabash
  • Wellbrooke of Westfield
  • Clearvista Lake Health Campus
  • Wellbrooke of Kokomo
  • Southpointe Healthcare Center
  • Wellbrooke of South Bend
  • Briarcliff Health & Rehabilitation Center

The American Health Care Association is recognizing long-term care providers for their achievements through its Quality Initiative Recognition Program, which honors member facilities for achieving the AHCA Quality Initiative goals. Launched in 2012 by the AHCA, the Quality Initiative serves as a national effort to build upon the existing work of the long-term care profession and further improve quality of care in skilled nursing centers by challenging member facilities to meet measurable goals in areas such as hospital readmissions, off-label use of antipsychotics, and customer satisfaction.

Click here to learn more about the AHCA Quality Initiative Recognition Program.

Program achievers will be honored at the AHCA’s upcoming Quality Summit in Grapevine, Texas, on March 10, 2020.