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Erin Prendergast
Senior Manager, Quality Improvement
(202) 898-2856
eprendergast@ahca.org

 

 

 

 ​Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Update

 

​Find the latest information on COVID-19 for AHCA/NCAL members here​


 
 

 Latest from AHCA/NCAL

 
 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a comprehensive winter weather health and safety site. Owners and administrators can take tips to prepare for extreme cold conditions and winter storms.
 
​Long term care facilities have an important role when it comes to eliminating and minimizing the serious effects from influenza illness on the elderly and disabled. Individuals 65 years or older are one of the high risk groups who can experience serious complications, even death, from influenza infection. Learn more on how to minimize the flu for residents. 
 
 

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 Incident Command Systems

 
The Incident Command System is part of the emergency management system in many levels (federal, state, and local). Every significant incident or event, whether large or small, and whether it is even defined as an emergency, requires certain management functions to be performed.
 
The Nursing Home Incident Command System (NHICS) and Assisted Living Incident Command System (ALICS) outline a management framework that empowers long-term care staff to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of their incident response -- no matter what shift, or what day of the week the event occurs.
 
ALICS is an AHCA/NCAL member benefit accessible by registration code. Please contact your State Affiliate​ to obtain your registration code and log-in at EM Alliance
Nursing Home Incident Command System (NHICS)
Assisted Living Incident Command System (ALICS)
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