The American College of Health Care Administrators is discontinuing the exams for the certified assisted living administrator (CALA) and certified nursing home administrator (CNHA) credentials, the organization announced Tuesday.
CMS answers FAQs related to HCBS Medicaid beneficiaries with dementia … AHCA/NCAL and ACHCA partner for administrator credentialing, including assisted living … Senate funding bill contains $2 billion for NIH, including Alzheimer’s research … VA considers restricting eligibility for caregivers program
Bill McGinley, who received the American College of Health Care Administrators’ Distinguished Assisted Living Administrator Award earlier this year, has been named president and CEO of the organization, ACHCA announced Thursday.
Las Vegas — Despite the “tough” political and regulatory environment, assisted living and skilled nursing providers “will make it through this. And many of you will not only survive; you will prosper,” American Health Care Association / National Center for Assisted Living President and CEO Mark Parkinson told those attending the opening general session of the organization’s 68th Annual Convention & Expo. He gave four reasons.
The dismantling of HUD under Sec. Ben Carson … Sepp out; ACHCA announces search for new CEO … Masonicare Ashlar Village to welcome college students as residents again this year … Manhattan gets $20,000-a-month homes for new breed of seniors … ‘Granny pods’ become a solution for retirees with limited budgets
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