NAB's Value Proposition
NAB is the impartial organization advancing public protection along the senior living and health services continuum through enhanced professional standards for Health Services Executives.
- NAB is the only organization that affords collaboration among State Board Executives and State Board Members for development of best practices, model standards and credentialing resources.
- NAB engages its members in shaping and influencing the Health Services Executive profession.
- NAB is the only organization that accredits Health Services Executive degree programs for colleges and universities.
- NAB is the only organization that assures that quality Continuing Education is relevant, practical and accessible to the greatest number of Health Services Executives.
- NAB has developed valid and defensible examinations for the Health Services Executive profession for more than four decades.
NAB conducts periodic research on the role delineation of long term care administration to determine the knowledge, skills and task of an administrator. The results of this research project, known as a job analysis study, is the basis for preparing administrators to enter the profession and to continue competency throughout their career. The domains of practice that result from the job analysis study are used to establish curriculum for academic programs, for administrator in training programs, for licensure examinations and for evaluation of continuing education programs.
The NAB and the Foundation of the NAB support and participate in collaborative initiatives to enhance the quality of care in America’s long term care communities in the interest of public protection.
Who are NAB’s Members?
Regulatory boards and agencies responsible for licensure of long term care administrators in all 50 states and the District of Columbia are members of the NAB. In addition, every individual member of each state regulatory board representing the profession and the public interest are also members of NAB. NAB membership also includes former state board members whose terms have expired, and members representing allied professional and trade associations, academic institutions, continuing education providers and individual professionals who support NAB’s mission.