Uniting to represent and support Texas long term care providers’ commitment to delivering quality care.
Inspiring through instructing and engaging members, state leaders and all whose lives are touched by long term care.
Promoting the value of long term care to our state’s aging population and to families and communities across Texas.
THCA Members are located in 93% of the state legislative districts
The approximate number of Full Time Employees employed in nursing facilities in Texas
77.5% of Texas nursing facilities reported total allowable costs exceeded their Medicaid reimbursement
Texas has reduced antipsychotic drug use in nursing homes by over 30%
A national test of standardized assessment data items for post-acute care will begin in fall 2017, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services officials shared on Thursday.
Three resident satisfaction measures developed by the American Health Care Association have received an endorsement from the National Quality Forum, the provider group announced Wednesday.
The Braden Scale may not be a valid tool for predicting pressure wounds when used in long-term care settings, according to Chinese researchers who conducted a meta-analysis.