The individuals who rely on Medicaid for skilled nursing care have more medically complex needs than ever before, and this immediate infusion of funds is vital to ensuring their needs can be met," the Alliance for Quality Nursing Home Care said in a statement following passage by the House of the extension of the enhanced Medicaid Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP), which provides the additional resources.
What does AQNHC stand for?
AQNHC stands for Alliance for Quality Nursing Home Care
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The long-term care industry will face a critical staffing shortage due to demand for workers, said Allen Rosenbloom, president of the Alliance for Quality Nursing Home Care, in an Alliance press release.
The Alliance for Quality Nursing Home Care issued a statement voicing its dissatisfaction with the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission's (MedPAC) resistance to an annual inflation adjustment for skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) and to freeze 2008 payments.
LTC provider organizations have responded in kind with programs under the common title "Quality First"; the American Health Care Association (AHCA), the Alliance for Quality Nursing Home Care (a coalition of 14 major national chains), and the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA) have each come up with their own interpretation of quality improvement through development of extensive guidelines and helpful "tool kits" for their members, whose commitment is sealed by their signing of "covenants" to that end.
Stephen Guillard: Chairperson, Alliance for Quality Nursing Home Care, Washington, D.