The Indiana Health Care Association (IHCA) would like to congratulate one of its members, American Senior Communities, on one of its facilities, American Village, becoming the first and only nursing home in the state to receive a deficiency-free survey by the Indiana State Department of Health using tough new federal criteria.
Indiana is one of more than a dozen states now using the federally mandated Quality Indicator Survey, initiated in January. The new two-stage survey process requires in-depth investigation, interviews with residents, staff and others and a review of residents’ medical records. It is far more comprehensive than previous surveys, making American Village’s deficiency-free status a significant achievement.
“Congratulations to American Village for all of its hard work and recognition,” said Scott Tittle, President of IHCA. “We are very proud of our members’ commitment to high quality care, and that one of our members is leading the way in QIS.”
American Village, 2026 East 54th Street, is a full-continuum campus offering a wide variety of premiere senior living options.
Indiana owned and operated, American Senior Communities is the largest provider of retirement living and senior healthcare in Indiana, serving fellow Hoosiers for over a decade. American Senior Communities operates over 25 locations in the Greater Indianapolis area and 57 across the state. For more information about American Village and American Senior Communities visit http://www.americansrcommunities.com/.
American Senior Communities is one of the IHCA’s 221 member facilities that care for more than 25,000 of Indiana's geriatric and developmentally disabled citizens, the majority of whom are low-income Medicaid recipients. IHCA is Indiana's largest trade association and advocate representing proprietary, not-for-profit and hospital-based nursing home and assisted living communities, adult foster care and adult day services. For more information on IHCA, visit http://www.ihca.org/.