The article below is a top story from this week's ACTION newsletter—Care Providers of Minnesota's weekly newsletter for members. The newsletter focuses on current legislative issues, regulations, long-term care trends, and other Association news. Each Thursday evening, it is delivered to your inbox. To sign up for ACTION, contact Lisa Foss Olson (952-851-2483). To learn more about membership, visit our Become a Member page.

 


Key dates for AHCA/NCAL Quality Awards Program

   By Patti Cullen, CAE  | May 10, 2019  |  All providers

The American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) has announced important dates for their 2019–2020 Quality Awards Program.
  • May 30: Gold site visit and non-recipient notifications sent
  • June 4: Bronze notifications and feedback reports
  • June 27: Silver notifications
  • August 9: Gold recipients will be announced
  • August 15: Silver and gold feedback reports 

Notifications will be sent to the primary center contact listed in the Quality Award Portal for the center. Applicants should make sure their information is updated in the Quality Award portal if any changes occurred since the January deadline.

Get ready—application packets for 2020 will be available August 1, 2019!



Patti Cullen, CAE  |  President/CEO  |   pcullen@careproviders.org  |  952-851-2487



 


About Care Providers of Minnesota

Care Providers of Minnesota is a non-profit membership association with the mission to Empower Members to Performance Excellence. Our 900+ members across Minnesota represent non-profit and for-profit organizations providing services along the full spectrum of post-acute care and long-term services and support. We are the state affiliate for the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living, and with our national partners we provide solutions for quality care.


Learn more



Become a Member

As a member of Care Providers of Minnesota, you will join with fellow professionals across the state who understand the importance of working together to the benefit of the entire long-term care profession. The strength of our membership has established our place as one of the state’s leading trade associations.


Learn more