NEW! 2023 PHCA Regulatory Resources

The Pennsylvania Health Care Association (PHCA) is excited to share a PHCA member exclusive to help assist you with the upcoming 2023 nursing facility regulatory changes!

In preparation for the rollout of Pennsylvania’s new nursing facility regulations, PHCA has developed custom resources to help providers navigate the changes to the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s nursing facility licensure regulations. These resources include a variety of compliance checklists, a comprehensive regulatory document, a guide through key changes in policies, resident rights and more — at no cost to members – and are intended to assist you in complying with new regulatory requirements.

These new resources are free of charge for PHCA member providers. In order to maintain the integrity of these member-exclusive resources, all individuals requesting access to these resources must complete this form using a company-assigned email address to assist in the member verification process. Access will not be granted to those using personal email addresses.

Please note: PHCA will make every effort to approve requests as quickly as possible. Those requesting access to these resources should expect to receive notification of next steps by the following business day.

Business partners and non-members interested in obtaining these resources can click the appropriate button below to schedule time with the PHCA team to learn more about how business partners and non-members can access these resources. PHCA member providers can continue to the form below.




PHCA has also developed NEW Residents Rights posters, which reflects updates to the rights of a nursing facility resident outlined in the new DOH regulations. More information on these posters can be found on this page. If you have any additional questions about PHCA’s regulatory resources, please contact PHCA at



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