Partners

  • LeadingAge

    LeadingAge touches the lives of millions every day. 5,700 members strong and serving their community for generations, Leading Age members offer a continuum of aging services including day and home health services, senior housing, assisted living residences, continuing care retirement communities, and nursing homes.

  • ECRI

    As an independent, non-profit, research organization, ECRI's mission is to research optimal approaches to improving safety and quality across the healthcare and aging services continuum. Practical experience and uncompromising independence, coupled with evidence-based research, ECRI understands the complexities and challenges of post-acute care and aging services providers. ECRI provides Caring Communities Members with specialized education and consultation to address industry-specific quality and risk management, and safety concerns.

  • Laner Muchin

    Laner Muchin is a Chicago-based law firm dedicated exclusively to the representation of employers in the areas of labor and employment law, employment litigation, business immigration and employee benefits. Their attorneys are prominently represented among the ranks of Fellows of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers, and are frequently recognized in the Law Bulletin Publishing Company's listing of the "Top 40 Attorneys Under 40 To Watch In Illinois."

    Laner Muchin is a recipient of the Thomas Sager Award, an annual award given by the Minority Corporate Counsel Association to firms "that have demonstrated sustained commitment to improve the hiring, retention, and promotion of minority attorneys."

  • Captive Insurance Council of the District of Columbia

    The Captive Insurance Council of the District of Columbia, Inc. (CIC-DC) was formed in November 2001 and represents the corporate and association community interested in operating captive insurance companies in the District of Columbia, one of America's newest domiciles for captives. CIC-DC was formed to advance the District of Columbia's presence in the captive marketplace, especially as it relates to professional and industry trade associations by educating the public about the role of captives through educational programs and conferences. CIC-DC provides a forum to review legislation, regulations and other government action which affects the interests of its members.