The Mission of the Texas Health Care Association “…is to unite, represent, and support professionals who strive to improve the delivery, quality, and integrity of long-term healthcare services.”
- Quality Care:
THCA assists policymakers, consumers and the public in understanding financial challenges facing nursing home providers. A series of quality improvement programs and initiatives are being constantly developed and executed with the intent of improving the medical care of Texas nursing home patients.
- Texas Health Care Association Political Action Committee (THCAPAC): THCAPAC is a voluntary, non-profit, unincorporated committee comprising long-term care providers and others who want to advance Texas’ long-term care. It is not affiliated with a political party and has no branches or subsidiary committees. THCAPAC Trustees represent a broad spectrum of providers that includes nursing facilities, residential care homes, vendors, etc.
- Legislative Priorities for the 85th Legislature: their agenda for this legislative session includes supplementing nursing home reimbursements without state funding, preserving the tort reform protections approved by voters in 2003, defending SB 7 provisions, and more.
Follow this link for more information, and review the chart below to see THCA’s 2017 Board Members.
[Source: Texas Health Care Association – Mission]
[Source: Texas Health Care Association – Board of Directors]
[Source: Texas Health Care Association – Quality Care: Initiatives]
[Source: Texas Health Care Association – Legislative Priorities]