Association Partners

Association Partners

Pathway Health education experts provide presentations for association conferences, in person member trainings, and webinars.

We are proud members of the following associations:

  • Aging Services of Minnesota

    Aging Services of Minnesota is the state’s largest association of organizations serving Minnesota seniors. Our mission is simple – to create the future of older adult services through excellence and innovation.

    Our membership encompasses over 1,000 organizations statewide. Together with more than 50,000 caregivers, our members serve63,000 older adults every day in all of the places they call home, including home care and services, independent senior housing, assisted living communities and skilled nursing facilities.

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  • Care Providers of Minnesota

    Established in 1947, Care Providers of Minnesota (CPM) represents over 600 proprietary, nonprofit, and government-owned providers of long-term care including nursing facilities, housing with services, assisted living, foster care, home care, and hospice. Our membership includes providers ranging in size from three beds to 500; and includes over 100 business partners who actively support the Association and its members.

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  • Florida Health Care Association

    The Florida Health Care Association is a federation which was established in 1956 and represents over 1,000 members and over 500 facilities which provide skilled nursing, post-acute and sub-acute care, short-term rehab, assisted living and other services to the frail elderly and individuals with disabilities in Florida. FHCA membership also includes more than 400 Associate Members, or companies, that provide valuable products and services to long term care providers. FHCA is the state affiliate of the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living in Washington, DC.

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  • Health Care Association of Michigan

    HCAM is the premier professional association representing nursing and rehabilitation communities including for and not for profit, county medical care and hospital based providers.

    The mission of the Health Care Association of Michigan is to promote excellence in senior care by providing support, information and advocacy on behalf of the members we represent.

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  • Illinois Health Care Association

    Founded  in 1950, the Illinois Health Care Association is a non-profit organization  comprised of more than 350 licensed and  certified long term care facilities and programs throughout the state. Its  members are comprised of proprietary and non-proprietary facilities which  represent skilled, intermediate, developmentally disabled, skilled pediatric,  assisted living and sheltered levels of care. IHCA seeks to promote the highest  standard of services in facilities and programs for the elderly and physically  and mentally challenged.

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  • Illinois HomeCare & Hospice Council

    Founded in 1960, the Illinois HomeCare & Hospice Council (IHHC) is the nation’s first home care association and the voice for home care in Illinois. IHHC represents home care and hospice agencies that provide care to Illinois residents, companies that serve those agencies, and other state and federal organizations that have an interest in home care.

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  • LeadingAge Michigan

    Founded in 1968, LeadingAge Michigan represents the mission-based providers of housing, services and care for seniors across Michigan. We proudly represent our membership as the only statewide association representing the full array of aging services. LeadingAge Michigan serves as the voice for long term care communities. Our members are community based and accountable to voluntary boards of directors, who donate their time and talents to ensure the ethical management and transparent fiscal integrity of their mission.

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  • LeadingAge Wisconsin

    As a leader in senior advocacy, education, and formulation of collaborative strategies, LeadingAge Wisconsin is committed to advancing the fields of long-term care, assisted living and retirement living. We strive to develop a continuum of elderly care and services that meets the holistic needs of seniors and individuals with a disability in order to encourage maximum independence and enhance quality of life. We serve as a resource for our members, assisting them in problem resolution and providing services and programs to meet their needs.

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  • LeadingAge Illinois

    For over 75 years, LeadingAge Illinois, a statewide association, has represented the leading providers of the complete continuum of services for older adults, including nursing care, supportive and assisted living, senior housing and home and community based services. With a diverse membership now numbering over 500 providers, LeadingAge Illinois is the largest eldercare association in Illinois.

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  • Minnesota HomeCare Association

    Minnesota HomeCare Association (MHCA) represents approximately 250 home care agency members who provide hands-on care to Minnesota residents in their homes. MHCA includes in its membership all types of agencies: county public health nursing services, hospital and nursing home-based programs, proprietary, and private non-profit. About two-thirds are located in greater Minnesota, and one-third are in the seven-county metropolitan area.

    MHCA provides a variety of services to its members including information, education, advocacy for adequate reimbursement and appropriate regulation for home care, and a code of ethics for home care.

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  • Wisconsin Assisted Living Association

    The Wisconsin Assisted Living Association was founded in 1995.  At the time, assisted living was growing as a preferred option in the care continuum for the  elderly. Families were (and still are) seeking compassionate,  non-institutional care environments for their loved ones.

    Wisconsin Assisted Living Association’s mission is to support providers in enhancing the best quality of life for residents in assisted living in Wisconsin through advocacy, education, communication, and quality initiatives.

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  • Wisconsin Health Care Association

    Established in 1951, the Wisconsin Health Care Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to representing, protecting and advancing the interests of Wisconsin’s long-term care provider community and the residents they serve. WHCA is Wisconsin’s most representative association of skilled nursing and therapy centers, as it does not restrict membership to any particular segment of the industry. In addition to its advocacy on behalf of its members, staff and residents, WHCA strives to provide its membership with the benefits of affiliation through the development and dissemination of information, training, and quality improvement assistance.

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Pathway is proud to have partnered with the following association to provide convention presentations, in person trainings and webinars: