Section for Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation

The purpose of AHA's Section for Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation is to promote and enhance the understanding of the health and related continuing care needs of persons of all ages, and of the issues pertinent to health care provider organizations. The section seeks to improve continuity of care between acute, pre- and post-acute, and long-term services, and to support efforts to improve delivery of health-related services to chronically ill, elderly, and disabled persons requiring continuing care in institutions, the community, and the home.

AHA meets the unique needs of post-acute care providers through

  • National advocacy on legislative and regulatory issues that are important to long-term care, rehabilitation, skilled nursing, home health, and other post-acute care members
  • Participation in public policy development, seeking direct input on immediate concerns and longer-term strategic initiatives
  • Fostering relevant resources and services, including data activities, educational offerings, research, and technical assistance
  • Developing and maintaining liaison relationships with key entities important to post-acute care providers, including state and local hospital associations, national trade organizations
  • Specialized education and networking opportunities with a focus on common issues across various types of long-term care, rehab and other post-acute care members

For additional information, contact the Section for Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation at 312-422-3302. 


 

AHA MEMBER CONFERENCE CALLS

 

Optimizing the Patient Experience with Behavioral Health Services
in Post-Acute Settings
Monday, December 8, 2014 at 1:00 pm Eastern
Click here for more information

 

AHA Webinar Series: Evolving Partnerships Between General Acute-Care
and Post-Acute Providers
(June through October 2014)

Click here for more members-only call recordings

 


Membership

AHA's Section for Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation currently represents more than 3,300 institutionally based or affiliated providers of acute long-term care, inpatient rehabilitation, hospitals with skilled nursing and extended care beds, hospital-based or affiliated home health agencies, and hospitals offering a spectrum of non-institutional services.


Governance

Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation Section leaders serve in a variety of governance roles within the Association.  Opportunities to participate include the Section's Governing Council, representation on AHA's nine Regional Policy Boards, or opportunities on ad hoc committees and task forces that address specific policy and emerging issues.  To learn more about governance involvement, contact the section.


Field Leadership

Members have valuable opportunities to network through a variety of member meetings and conference calls on issue-specific topics. A wide range of Association resources are available to support health reform activities and performance improvement.

 

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