When 92-year-old Carol Shaughnessy was just five years old, she began designing and sewing clothes. Even as a young girl she knew her passion and purpose.
But, in 1938, when Shaughnessy was 18 years old, she almost missed her chance at a clothing career. She was about to leave for college at Northwestern University in Chicago. She still remembers the conversation with her mother that changed everything. Read the full article…
HIPAA Reform Should Protect Patients, Scale Back Silos Around Medical Data
March 24, 2023Meaghan Puglisi
In an opinion piece featured in Healthcare Dive, Joel Theisen, Lifespark CEO, argues for an update of HIPAA that acknowledges an advanced technology landscape and scales back healthcare data silos. This conversation is getting a lot of buzz in Washington as congress looks to pass a bill which calls for a commission to review existing state […]
Data Equals Dollars: Senior Living Providers Blaze New Trails to Capture Care Revenue
March 17, 2023Meaghan Puglisi
Senior Housing News, interviewed Molly Toulouse, VP, Senior Living for a feature story on maximizing care revenue. Austin Montgomery, reporter, wanted insight into how senior living operators are shifting their strategy to capture new revenue opportunities based on care. Lifespark is noted as an example of how companies are getting creative in finding new ways […]
Lifespark Earns Top USA Workplaces Recognition – Again!
February 21, 2023Cathy Gasiorowicz
We’re delighted to announce that Lifespark has landed on the list of 2023 Top USA Workplaces—the second time we’ve made the list! To earn this coveted designation, employees at Lifespark, along with thousands of other companies across the country, had the opportunity last November to participate in an anonymous, third-party survey focused on company culture, […]