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AHCA has a unique opportunity to gather the ideas, creativity, and innovations of thousands of long term and post-acute care professionals across the nation. Whether it’s online during a webinar or in-person at one of the regional conferences or AHCA/NCAL’s Annual Convention & Expo, AHCA strives to create great networking and learning opportunities throughout the year.




Browse upcoming AHCA events, conferences, and long term care observances.

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 Congressional Briefing


​Join hundreds of long term and post-acute care professionals to meet Members of Congress face-to-face to discuss legislative issues that impact residents, facilities, and communities.

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 Independent Owner Conference


This conference is designed exclusively for Not-for-Profit operators and For Profit owners of skilled nursing, assisted living, and developmental disability services.

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Browse upcoming webinars, find out how to participate, and get recordings of past webinars.

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 AHCA/NCAL Convention


Find all of the registration, attendance, and other must-have resources for AHCA/NCAL’s Annual Convention & Expo.

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 National Skilled Nursing Care Week


Learn more about how to celebrate this annual recognition of skilled nursing care centers across the nation.


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 The AHCA/NCAL Quality Summit

Quality Summit focuses on key issues facing long term care providers who are uniquely committed to improving person-centered care. Attendees can generate strategies to improve clinical, quality, regulatory and workforce outcomes.

 Population Health Management Summit

​This is a unique gathering on leadership in population health management (PHM) that brings together LTC/PAC providers, health plans, regulators, and investors for a two-day intensive to explore the ways LTC/PAC providers are driving change and integrating new models of care using PHM strategies.