Membership in the Arizona Health Care Association (AHCA) is open to all skilled nursing facilities, assisted living centers, and organizations and businesses which provide long term care products and services. AHCA has a broad range of programs and services to assist its members in meeting the challenges of long term care. The Association also provides opportunities for business affiliates to share valuable products and services with the long term provider community.
Join us today, and become an integral part of Arizona’s long term care voice!
For more details about the types of membership, click here.
Member Benefits include
- Representation in Governmental Affairs at the National, State and Local levels.
Arizona Health Care Association leaders, lobbyists, and advocates speak out on behalf of members on crucial issues and legislation affecting the long term care profession and senior living residents.
- Fellowship & Networking
Members have the opportunity to share ideas, collaborate and actively participate at association meetings and educational sessions, to make essential business and professional contacts.
- Continuing Education
AHCA provides state of the art educational seminars to help professionals stay current on developments in their respective fields, and fulfill requirements for professional licensure. Throughout the year AHCA offers quality seminars and workshops tailored to the unique and current needs of its members. AHCA’s Spring Conference is geared toward the decision-makers, and focuses on leadership development. The Fall Conference is developed with all provider team members in mind, and offers a wide variety of educational sessions. Both conferences feature nationally recognized presenters and discounted registration fees for AHCA members.
- Information Gathering and Dissemination
Members are kept up-to-date on laws and regulations affecting long term care through the association’s weekly UPDATE, email, broadcast fax, and direct mailings. AHCA's library contains a wide variety of publications and resource books for member use.
- American Health Care Association
AHCA members are also members of the American Health Care Association, the national organization representing members in Washington D.C. Click here to visit the American Health Care Association web site.
Members receive multiple free copies of AzCares, the association Directory and Resource Guide. This resource may be used for information as well as marketing.
Members are encouraged to serve on important association, community and governmental committees. Current AHCA committees include: Public Policy, Quality, Conference/Education, and Membership.
- Administrative Advocacy
AHCA advocates on behalf of members with state department and AHCCCS. AHCA participates in public hearings, state planning development, and the rule making process.
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