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Telehealth program brings expert care into even the smallest of rural communities in Kentucky

By Laura Dawahare Somewhere in Kentucky, a patient checks in at the front desk of her local hospital’s memory or behavioral health clinic. The patient is concerned she may be having memory problems and, at the encouragement of family and friends, has booked an evaluation. A nurse greets the patient and takes her into an

Not your Father’s senior living facility

By: Janet Lively and Jim Schaefer For 35 years of our firm’s 63-year history, we’ve had the distinct pleasure of working with many national clients in the aging care markets, shaping the environments of people like my grandparents, parents, and future generations.  A significant evolution in the desires, preferences and economics surrounding this market has

Advanced illness care reduces costs through integrated care, without reducing the quality of care

By Gwen Cooper With the repeal, replace or repair of the ACA as a top conversation among legislators, regulators, providers, payers and consumers, the opportunity to disrupt the fragmented healthcare system is now. This can be accomplished through the adoption of innovative, sound programs that bend the cost curve and provide increased value to both

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