Alliant Quality is a health care consulting organization dedicated to improving the quality, safety and integrity of health care. Since 1970, Alliant Quality has provided a broad array of services to public and private organizations to increase the value, effectiveness and accessibility of health care.
Established in 1972, AHHC is one of the oldest and largest organizations of its kind in the nation. AHHC represents over 825 agencies serving patients in all 100 counties. North Carolina home care and hospice agencies employ 100,000 and provide in home care and/or hospice service to over 500,000 North Carolinians. AHHC’s mission R.E.A.L: Resources, […]
Care Paths provides advance care planning services in clinics, facilities, hospitals, and in the community. Our staff educate individuals and their family about advance directives and the importance of documenting the person’s choices. We also assist in completing forms and communicating the person’s choices back to healthcare team. This helps ensure the person’s choices are […]
Carteret Health Care (CHC) is a 135-bed nonprofit hospital serving the community in Carteret County, NC, since 1967. The Transitional Care Management (TCM) Department began at CHC in 2011. Since that time, the department has grown in staff and scope. We conduct home visits, assess for further discharge needs with our discharge phone calls, and […]
Centralina AAA is one of the 16 Area Agencies on Aging in North Carolina. Our purposes are to Plan, Develop, Coordinate, and Deliver a wide range of long-term senior services and supports to consumers in the region. We take local needs and preferences into consideration to create a delivery system tailored to the community.
Community Care of North Carolina is a nonprofit organization that works collaboratively with physicians and other health care professionals to improve health care quality and restrain costs. We serve beneficiaries of Medicaid, Medicare and have begun partnerships with private sector organizations, including Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina.
Community Care of Western North Carolina (CCWNC) provides transitional care management and other services to the Carolina Access Medicaid population. CCWNC has also been a long-standing partner in multiple post-acute care coalitions in Western North Carolina.
As the region’s largest independent non-profit provider of end of life care, Four Seasons provides the highest quality of care to patients and families in Asheville, Arden, Andrews, Balsam, Black Mountain, Brevard, Bryson City, Canton, Cashiers, Cherokee, Clyde, Fletcher, Franklin, Hendersonville, Highlands, Lake Junaluska, Lake Toxaway, Maggie Valley, Murphy, Rosman, Sapphire, Sylva, and Waynesville.
High Point Regional Health, a member of UNC Health Care, is a private, not-for-profit health care system with more than 2,300 staff. High Point Regional offers 351 private beds for medical and surgical patients serving over 120,000 patients each year. High Point Regional has its foundation in six primary service areas: Carolina Regional Heart Center, […]
LifeLinks is an Aging Life Care Management organization and we also serve as public and private Guardians of the Person. Our team of certified registered nurses and social workers, provide expert guidance to families so they can make the best decisions and obtain the best care for an aging or special needs loved one. We […]
The Division of Aging and Adult Services (NCDAAS) works to promote the independence and enhance the dignity of North Carolina’s older adults, persons with disabilities, and their families through a community-based system of opportunities, services, benefits, and protections
The North Carolina Association on Aging (NCAOA) is an organization representing community-based service providers in the North Carolina aging network. Under the umbrella of the Association there are three peer group Alliances: the NC Senior Center Alliance, the NC Caregivers Support Alliance, and the Senior Nutrition Alliance. The mission of the NCAOA is to represent agencies […]
The North Carolina Hospital Association (NCHA) created the North Carolina Center for Hospital Quality and Patient Safety, (now referred to as the North Carolina Quality Center) in 2004 to lead the state’s hospitals to become the safest and highest quality hospitals in the United States. Our strategic goals focus on: • Promoting a fair and […]
Select is a 42-bed acute care hospital for chronically critically ill patients who need longer term hospitalization than typically provided in a hospital intensive care unit. Located on the 6th floor of Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem, Select has more than 200 of their specialists on its staff, including cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, nephrology, pulmonology, neurology, […]
Senior Services, a private, nonprofit organization, has been operating in Winston-Salem for more than 50 years. Our mission is to help older adults remain at home for as long as possible and to help them live with dignity. With concern for those who care for senior adults, we also offer services and education that benefit […]
The Carolinas Center (TCC) is the leading voice for quality end of life care in the Carolinas, representing an extensive number of hospice and palliative care providers in North and South Carolina. Since 1977, TCC has provided visionary leadership, pertinent education, technical assistance, advocacy, and resources to end of life care providers across the two states.
Transitions LifeCare, founded Hospice of Wake County in 1979, is the largest nonprofit provider of hospice and palliative care in the Triangle region. TL provides hospice care, hospital-based and community-based specialists in palliative care, home health, private duty, caregiver support and grief counseling. TL operates a 20 bed hospice facility in Wake County and has […]