Improving Resident Satisfaction & Outcomes By Integrating Pharmacy Services In Home Care, Group Home, & Assisted Living Settings
September 29, 2021
Free Executive Web Briefing Courtesy Of Genoa Healthcare
September 29, 2021 | 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Eastern
More and more consumer services are being delivered in residential, group home, and assisted living community settings, as consumers shy away from acute care and skilled nursing facilities – a trend that is likely to last post-pandemic. How do management teams ensure the quality of services keeps resident satisfaction scores high, while ensuring financial stability? In this session, learn how three assisted living executives from Majestic Residences, SYNERGY HomeCare, and Community Living of Rhode Island are improving the value proposition of their residential services by integrating pharmacy support services.
Join Anthony Zerilli, Franchise Operations Manager, Majestic Residences; Vicki Powell, Director of Business Development, SYNERGY HomeCare; and Kelly Anne Deshaies, RN BSN, Director of Nursing, Community Living of Rhode Island on September 29th at 1:00pm ET to hear how their organizations have been leveraging integrated pharmacy support services during the COVID-19 pandemic to support resident satisfaction. Stacey Bane, PharmD, Vice President Of Business Development, Assisted Living at Genoa Healthcare will also share challenges organizations are facing in the industry today and why resident satisfaction is important to your organization.
During this session, panelists will cover how their communities leverage integrated pharmacy services to:
- Navigate census and staffing issues amid the pandemic
- Ease staff burden and improve workflow efficiencies
- Drive higher resident and family member satisfaction
Anthony Zerilli, Franchise Operations Manager, Majestic Residences
Anthony began his career as a young man caring for his grandparents with his family in Michigan in the early 1990s. Once the Zerilli family relocated to Arizona in 1995, he was a founding member of Red Mountain Assisted Living. Anthony has cared for hundreds, if not thousands, of Arizona seniors. Currently, Red Mountain has grown to four 10 bed assisted living homes in Arizona that are still owned and operated by the Zerilli family.
Anthony has been a board member held various offices with many health care associations, including a founding member of the AALHA (Arizona Assisted Living Homes Association) and board member and treasurer of Health Service Professionals.
In a consultant role, Anthony helped Legacy Retirement Community build out, grow and achieve 100% occupancy for a 200 bed assisted living community in Mesa Arizona in 2008. Following that, Anthony partnered with Medical Arts Pharmacy as Customer Relationship Manger. Anthony oversaw the growth to 200 assisted living homes and communities, which led to eventual sale of Medical Arts in 2010.
Vicki Powell, Director of Business Development, SYNERGY HomeCare
Vicki holds a CPA license in Ohio and she has a minor in Gerontology. She worked for Ernst and Young after graduating college and many of her audit clients were nursing homes.
Vicki’s father was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease in 2012 and she left her career to be his caregiver. Her father eventually required 24-hour homecare and was later placed into a memory care community. Vicki volunteered in his memory unit and later became the Sales Director for the assisted living and memory care where he resided. After he passed away in 2020, she joined Synergy HomeCare, Columbus as Director of Business Development.
Kelly Anne Deshaies, RN BSN, Director of Nursing, Community Living of Rhode Island
Kelly Anne Deshaies, BSN, RN is the Director of Nursing for Community Living of Rhode Island in East Greenwich, RI. Kelly Anne has worked at Community Living of Rhode Island since 2014. She graduated from Rhode Island College with a Bachelors of Nursing Science in 2004.
Stacey Bane, PharmD, Vice President Of Business Development, Assisted Living at Genoa Healthcare
Stacey Bane, PharmD, currently serves as Vice President Of Business Development, Assisted Living, at Genoa Healthcare. She joined Genoa Healthcare in 2010 as a pharmacist and site manager in Evansville, Indiana, where she experienced firsthand how pharmacy can help drive medication adherence and improve healthcare outcomes. In 2018, she became a site development director for Genoa, the role she currently holds. Stacey graduated from Purdue University with a PharmD in 2005. She is an Adjunct Faculty Member at the University of Southern Indiana, teaching graduate-level nurse practitioners psychopharmacology at the College of Nursing and Health Science. She serves as a consulting pharmacist for the University of Southern Indiana on several grant projects. Stacey also works as a Purdue University affiliate facility member.
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COVID-19 Risk Management Plan August 11, 2021
We are excited to return to sunny southern California for The 2021 OPEN MINDS Management Best Practices Institute at the picturesque Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa, August 23-26, 2021. To help plan your in-person attendance, visit https://openminds.com/live-mbpi/ for a schedule of events happening throughout the week.
The resurgence of the COVID Delta variant has certainly created new challenges for the country and for our families. Fortunately, the available COVID vaccinations have been very successful in preventing symptomatic infections and illness. But I did want to let you know that our team at OPEN MINDS is committed to making our executive events as safe as possible and have an active risk management plan in place. I wanted to share with you the key elements of our plan:
- Masking. Every participant will receive a mask as part of their registration materials. Unvaccinated people will be required to wear masks – and vaccinated attendees will be encouraged to wear masks. If the local or state governments have more restrictive standards (including mandatory masking or requiring proof of vaccination) at the time of our institutes, we will follow those standards.
- Social Distancing. We are working with the event venue to hold all sessions in the largest possible rooms with seating as far apart as possible. In order to accomplish this, we ask that you select in advance the sessions you plan to attend in-person at the event venue. This will assist us with room and seating arrangements.
- Outdoor Events. Where possible, we will use outdoor spaces for networking events and smaller sessions.
- Hand Sanitation. Hand sanitation stations are available throughout the event venue and hand sanitizer is included in your registration materials, courtesy of our partner, Qualifacts+Credible.
- Virtual Sessions. Every session will be partially or fully available in a virtual capacity:
- We are livestreaming via GoToWebinar our plenary sessions – keynote addresses and plenary panels. You can participate online from your hotel room (or from your home office if you can’t attend on-site). We will be accepting questions from both the onsite and online audiences.
- Each executive seminar is being offered at two separate times, one live at the event venue and the other exclusively for virtual attendees.
- We are recording the audio for each session – and will post the audio along with presentation materials after each session.
- A virtual exhibit hall will be available with access to all exhibitor contact information, product demos, and engagement opportunities.
We will continue to monitor any changes in the CDC recommendations for the continued safety of the public. If you have any concerns or questions, feel free to reach out to a member of our team at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 877-350-6463. We look forward to seeing you at The 2021 OPEN MINDS Management Best Practices Institute.
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