- Documents from the March 19th CARE Program Update webinar can be found by clicking on each link below:
2015 Joan Hamel Scholarship Application Form- Download Application
- On April 10, 2015, CMS issued a Survey & Certification Memorandum entitled Implementation of Section 6106 of the Affordable Care Act – Collection of Staffing Data for Long Term Care Facilities. CMS has created a system for centers to submit staffing and census information and it is called the Payroll-Based Journal (PBJ). The PBJ is intended to meet the criteria outlined in the Affordable Care Act for electronic submission of direct care staffing information. CMS intends to collect staffing and census data on a voluntary basis beginning October 1, 2015. All nursing centers will be required to submit staffing and census data using the PBJ beginning July 1, 2016. The memorandum includes a link to access additional information about the system and information specifically for vendors or software developers. Additional information that is currently available for providers includes a Policy Manual for the PBJ. AHCA strongly encourages members to review the information on the PBJ website as well as the PBJ Policy Manual and send any questions or concerns directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. We also ask that you copy Lyn Bentley (email@example.com) on any email that you send to CMS regarding this matter.
Welcome to Kansas Health Care Association / Kansas Center for Assisted Living
The Kansas Health Care Association (KHCA) is a statewide non-profit association that represents over 200 long-term care providers. Founded in 1951, KHCA is the largest association of its kind in Kansas. Its members are composed of for-profit and not-for-profit facilities consisting of nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, nursing facilities for mental health, intermediate care facilities for the mentally retarded, and hospital-based long term care units.
Our members provide nursing health care to over 20,000 convalescent and chronically ill Kansans.