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To better serve the needs of older adults in Ohio and throughout the nation, Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services (OPRS) has restructure its operations effective July 1, 2010, OPRS CEO David J. Kaasa has announced.
Daniel J. O'Connor has been elected President of OPRS Communities, a wholly owned subsidiary company of Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services. O’Connor’s appointment is part of a restructuring to better serve seniors’ current and future needs in Ohio and throughout the nation.
Researchers Tackle Electronic Health Record Technology to Improve Long-Term Care Coordination, Patient Outcomes
A team of researchers at the University of Missouri is working to refine electronic health record (EHR) technology. The goal is to increase its efficiency and cost-saving benefits for long-term care.
Are you (or your aging parent) the kind of person who likes to plan for all contingencies? Then you might want to consider a continuing care retirement community--a development that usually includes independent apartments or town homes for spry seniors; assisted living units for those who need some help; plus a nursing home.
Thomas J. Kelly has been named Chief Financial Officer for Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services (OPRS). Kelly has served as OPRS’ Controller since Jan. 2007.
Conventional wisdom says older people make less risky — and less sound — decisions, but now a new study suggests otherwise.
The residents at the assisted-living facility looked so frail, many sitting in wheelchairs or hunched over their walkers, making their way slowly along the hallways.
Study Assisted-Living Options for Aging Parents (The Washington Post)
Get ready for the first generation to cash in on the "longevity dividend." Life expectancy in the United States has increased by 30 years over the past century, to age 78 -- an advance greater than the progress of the previous 50 centuries.
Martin: Baby Boomers Learn the New Rules for Growing Older (Richmond Times Dispatch)
Dana Ullom-Vucelich has been named Chief Human Resources Officer for Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services (OPRS).