American Senior Communities (ASC) is proud to announce that two of their communities, Bethany Village in Indianapolis and Riverwalk Village in Noblesville, have received the 2021 Silver- Achievement in Quality Award bestowed by the American Healthcare Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL). This award is part of the AHCA/NCAL’s National Quality Award Program, which recognizes long-term and post-acute communities nationwide for demonstrating dedication to improving the lives of their residents through consistent, quality care. This distinction was awarded to only two communities in the state of Indiana this year, both being members of American Senior Communities.
Applicants for the Silver Award status must have already attained the Bronze- Commitment to Quality Award, which focuses on a community’s ability to implement a performance improvement system. At the Silver level, applicants continue to learn and develop effective approaches that improve performance and healthcare outcomes. Communities are assessed on their systems of organization, their effectiveness and their tools for improvement in their approaches. This award lays the foundation for the program’s next designation, which is the Gold- Excellence in Quality Award.
“Caring people make the difference is not just a slogan, we intentionally seek individuals with a heart for service and a calling to serve seniors,” said David Stordy, COO of American Senior Communities, “It’s an honor to be recognized for our commitment to delivering quality care.”
Honorees were recognized at the 2021 AHCA/NCAL Annual Convention & Expo in Washington, DC.