Take advantage of these collaborative programs.
Medical Director/Physician Extender (IMDA)
The Indiana Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (IMDA) is a professional association of clinicians and providers practicing in the long term care continuum. IHCA/INCAL and IMDA share a common goal of promoting and advocating on behalf of the post acute and long term care professions. Learn More.
ISDH/U of Indy Programs
Expressive Arts in Long Term Care
The University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community (CAC) has been contracted by the Indiana State Department of Health to design, implement, and coordinate the Expressive Arts in Long Term Care project to educate long term care professionals in best practices for using the arts to improve the quality of life of older adults living in long term care facilities. Learn More.
Advanced Education Project - Quality Improvement Trainings
The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) has made funds available for education of long term care health professionals in four topic areas: wound care, infection prevention, quality improvement and Alzheimer's and dementia care. Quality Improvement Trainings have been scheduled in regions throughout the state. Learn More.
Work with Qsource, your QIN-QIO, to prevent Clostridium Difficile. Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) such as C. difficile often result in considerable suffering for residents in LTC facilities as well as increased costs for the health care systems. Join today to implement tracking of C. difficile infections in a streamlined and systematic way. Learn More.
The atom Alliance Nursing Home Collaborative is a five-year, five-state initiative to ignite powerful and sustainable change in healthcare quality. Through atom Alliance, AQAF in Alabama, IQH in Mississippi and Qsource in Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee are carrying out an exciting strategic plan, with programs in place to convene, teach and inform healthcare providers, engage and empower patients, and inspire, share knowledge and spread best practices with communities across the entire healthcare continuum. Learn More.