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McKnights Covers On-Site Data, Dr. Bill Thomas, and Lifespark’s $30 Million Tech Investment

  • Jun 1, 2021
  • Meaghan Puglisi
  • 1-min Read

Minneapolis-based Lifespark recently acquired 35 Tealwood Senior Living communities, bringing them under Lifespark Senior Living. Lifespark CEO Joel Theisen recently shared with McKnight’s Senior Living the company’s vision to bring people to services, not services to people, using technology and artificial intelligence. Dr. Bill Thomas, Lifespark’s independence officer, is a key architect in designing the holistic model that will deliver this new experience.

Read on for a Q & A with Lifespark CEO, Joel Theisen answering questions on the vision for senior living, the thinking behind this acquisition, and the technology and artificial intelligence Lifespark is using.

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