Aug 04, 2022 02:00pm - Sep 01, 2022 05:00pm


Silver Award

AHCA/NCAL Silver Award: Continuing Your Quality Journey
August  2022 Webinar Series
A virtual event provided by Massachusetts Senior Care Association and multi-state affiliates of AHCA/NCAL.


Massachusetts Senior Care Association, in partnership with several state affiliates, presents a SILVER Quality Award virtual workshop series to help you better understand the Silver Award application criteria, scoring, and strategies for a successful 2023 application submission.

This workshop will be held virtually on Zoom over a series of sessions in August/September including August 4, 11, 18, 25 and September 1st. Participation in all sessions is required. Sessions will be held from 2-5 pm ET. Participants will be required to participate on video and audio.

Bronze recipients have three years to apply for Silver from the year they received the Bronze award. Silver recipients outline their systematic approaches and demonstrate sustainable organizational and process results linked to their key customer requirements, success factors, and challenges. This workshop is about more than an award; besides gaining a better understanding of what examiners are looking for and how to use the award criteria as an improvement tool, you will learn how to use the award process to focus, align, and accelerate your performance excellence efforts thus becoming a high-performing organization.

Suggested participants for this workshop are administrators or executive directors and directors of nursing, along with other leadership team members - including owners. A team approach is the most effective method to develop your application in a manner that makes it your “management document” and not just an award application.

CEUs - 15
The Massachusetts Senior Care Association has qualified for “deemed status #NH-09015-007” from the Board of Registration of Nursing Home Administrators for Administrators.  This program also meets continuing education requirements for Nurses in Massachusetts.  All paid registrants will receive certificate of attendance.  

1. Gain an understanding of the value of moving from Bronze recognition to Silver.
2. Go behind the scenes of the assessment process to understand what examiners are looking for and why that is important - beyond an award application.
3. Understand the details of the Baldrige process and results categories.
4. Identify your organization’s strengths and opportunities for improvement as you practice writing responses with the assistance of experienced examiners

Glenn Bodinson, FACHE, founded BaldrigeCoach to help organizations improve their performance. BaldrigeCoach clients have won 23 Baldrige Awards. In the past nine years, 20 AHCA/NCAL Gold Quality Award recipients and more than 75 AHCA/NCAL Silver Award recipients have used the Baldrige Coach system.

Kay Kendall spent more than 20 years as a quality executive leading large-scale change initiatives across diverse industries. From 2002 through 2005, Kay served on the Panel of Judges for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Program after serving as an Examiner and Senior Examiner for the Program for six years. She continues to serve as a Master Examiner for the program. She has been a facilitator of the national training for examiners since 1998. She was a Master Examiner and Team Leader for the AHCA/NCAL Quality Award from 2011 – 2015.

Review your Bronze application and have a copy with you Review the eligibility requirements in the 2023 Silver Criteria and Application document to ensure you are eligible to apply Have a copy of the 2023 Silver Achievement in Quality Award Application & Criteria If you have previously applied for Silver and not won, send a copy of your application and feedback report to the faculty before class (

Registration is limited to AHCA/NCAL members Registration is non-refundable, however substitutions are allowed up to 48 hours before the program Participation in this workshop does NOT guarantee award/renewal receipt by AHCA/NCAL

Workshop Fee
$100 per facility     This webinar series is open to AHCA/NCAL Members Only.

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