How Do We Meet Future Challenges in Senior Housing and Health Care?
Cornell Institute for Healthy Futures
Senior-level executives, educators and leaders in senior housing and care discuss future challenges and opportunities. Speakers: Robert G. Kramer, CEO, National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care; Carol Cummings, senior director of Optimum Life Engagement, Brookdale Senior Living; John Rijos '75, co-founder and operating partner, Chicago Pacific Partners; John DeHart '96, co-founder and chairperson, Nurse Next Door; Melissa Ceriale, trustee, Montefiore Medicine; Esther Greenhouse, environmental gerontologist, Esther Greenhouse LLC; Patricia Will, founder and CEO, Belmont Village Senior Living; David Schless, president, American Seniors Housing Association; Jamie Huffcutt, health and wellness workplace strategist; Lynne Katzmann, president and CEO, Juniper Communities; and Cate O'Brien, director of research, Mather LifeWays.
health care; gerontology; aging; hospitality; National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care; Optimum Life Engagement; Brookdale Senior Living; Chicago Pacific Partners; Nurse Next Door; Montefiore Medicine; Esther Greenhouse LLC; Belmont Village Senior Living; American Seniors Housing Association; Juniper Communities; Mather LifeWays
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