That’s what Lifespark CEO Joel Theisen and LeadingAge President & CEO Katie Smith Sloan answered in a Q&A in Modern Healthcare.
The healthcare industry is facing a wide variety of challenges—and solutions aren’t always straightforward shared the reporter, David May. The number of people age 65 and older in the U.S. is projected to rise from more than 56 million now to over 73 million by 2030. Their care needs will grow along with their numbers. So, what’s ahead for the senior care sector?
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 […]
Why Value-Based Care Has Reached A Tipping Point in Senior Living
February 1, 2023Meaghan Puglisi
Tim Mullaney, editor for Senior Housing News, covered this topic in-depth after attending the ASHA conference in January where Lifespark CEO, Joel Theisen was a panelist. Senior living providers are more focused than ever on providing high-quality health care — and finding ways to be compensated for doing so, shared Mullaney. This is driving investment […]