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Join PHCA Today for Access a Wide Network of Leaders and Resources

If you’re a long-term care provider or a business that meets the needs of providers and the residents they care for, you will want to join the Pennsylvania Health Care Association (PHCA).

PHCA provides members with access to a wide network of leaders and resources across the spectrum of long-term care; leads a growing membership, resulting in increased revenue and allowing PHCA to add personnel, increase expertise and improve member services and develops and delivers, through its expert staff, the most comprehensive services available to serve Pennsylvania’s long-term care community.

As a member of PHCA, you are also a member of AHCA/ NCAL, our national association, which gives you the opportunity to participate in the NCAL Patient Safety Organization (PSO) and AHCA’s “Trend Tracker”. This partnership provides members with access to a wide network of leaders and resources within the nation’s largest federations of long-term care providers. Our members benefit from the advantage of having their issues heard and acted upon at both the state and national level.

As a member, you will have access to our staff’s wealth of experience and expertise. Association personnel have a wide background in both the long-term care profession and the government agencies regulating the profession. Click here to meet the staff.

Please visit the links below for information on the benefits of membership with PHCA.

Voting Membership

You will want to learn more about the benefits of becoming a Voting Member if you own or are employed by a nursing facility or personal care home/assisted living facility.
(View a list of membership benefits here.)

Business Partner Membership

If you own or represent a business which provides services and/or products to the long-term care industry, we encourage you to consider our Business Partner Membership.
(View a list of business partner benefits here.)

Partner spotlight

The legal needs of healthcare are inconstant so itƒ??s important to seek legal representation with experience. Hynum Law represents nursing and PCH facilities regarding collections, Medicaid eligibility, guardianships, compliance programs, contracts, licensure and survey appeals, human resources, reimbursement and payment appeals. Attorney Michael Hynum obtained NHA licensure in 1993 and served as a Nursing Home and Personal Care Home Administrator for many years. Combined, the attorneys at Hynum Law have over 40 years of experience.

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