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Assisted Living / LTAC
Anthony Cirillo, FACHE, ABC
Anthony Cirillo, FACHE, helped start the patient experience movement with his article, "The Chief Experience Officer, an impetus behind the Cleveland Clinic's creation of the position". An international speaker, he helps healthcare organizations change the experience and tell their story. Anthony is aging expert and not only helps organizations market to boomers and seniors but also guides them to become and then lead dementia friendly initiatives in their communities.
Joyce Hyam, RN, PHN, MPA/HSA
Joyce teaches you the tools to gain more clarity on what you want for yourself, your team, your customers, your patients and your organization. You will discover easy ways to achieve your desired outcomes. A more joyful outlook will be the result for you and the entire organization and the people for whom you provide services. Change is a constant and how we handle it can make all the difference in our happiness. Begin a habit of positive expectation and see the amazing results.
Rosemary D. Laird, MD, MHSA
Dr. Laird became the Executive Medical Director of the Florida Hospital Senior Health Program in 2015, and concurrently founded the Centre for Senior Health at Florida Hospital in Winter Park. She brought her more than 20 years of experience in elderly healthcare and support programs to Central Florida. Dr. Laird constantly seeks ways to advance medicine's understanding of the experience of aging, and greatly values every opportunity to help patients and their families to navigate the challenges attendant to the complex and infinitely precious later stages of life.
Fred M. Lee, Author
IN MEMORIAM: Author, Lecturer, and Guiding Light 08/08/1939 - 03/26/2017 It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Fred Lee who will occupy a permanent place in American Healthcare's Pantheon of Patient Loyalty, Patient Experience, and Compassion by caregivers. Fred, the best-selling author of IF DISNEY RAN YOUR HOSPITAL: 9 1/2 Things You Would Do Differently, passed away on Sunday evening, March 26, 2017 of complications from neuro-surgery due to glioblastoma.

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