Arkansas Innovative Performance Program
The Arkansas Innovative Performance Program (AIPP), a program of AFMC, is dedicated to helping Medicaid-certified nursing homes provide the best care possible for each resident. We do this by helping homes find opportunities for improvement and offering guidance and support to help make positive changes. We can help make state survey findings more understandable and meaningful and recommend best practice solutions to improve survey performance, care quality and resident satisfaction.
AIPP training and education opportunities
Presented by the Arkansas Innovative Performance Program
From 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
At Lawrence Memorial Hospital, Ralph Joseph Education Building
1219 W. Main St., Walnut Ridge
Culture change blog
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