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Breakfast with Healthcare Champions Series

How an Outside-In, Needs-driven Leadership Approach
Positioned Hebrew SeniorLife for Today, Tomorrow, and the Evolving Expectations of Seniors

Tuesday, October 2, 2018
7:00 – 8:30 AM 
NewBridge on the Charles
Carl J. and Ruth Shapiro Community Center
Great Meadow Hall
5000 Great Meadow Hall
Dedham, MA

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Lou Woolf, President and CEO of Hebrew SeniorLife, will engage attendees in discussions around:

  • Context: The one common thread that has shaped his career.
  • Convergence: Ways in which a diverse background in consumer packaged goods, acute-care healthcare and aging enabled him, as well as his leadership team, to optimally fulfill Hebrew SeniorLife’s mission to transform the experience of aging.
  • Continuum of Care: Best practices and lessons learned along the way, and how these are driving innovation and new ways of thinking about seniors in the dynamic healthcare and social services landscape.
Online registration is closed. You may register at the door with cash or check.

Louis Woolf, MBA, President and CEO
Hebrew SeniorLife

Louis WoolfLouis Woolf is President and CEO of Hebrew SeniorLife (HSL), an integrated, eight-site system of health care, housing, research, and teaching that is committed to redefining the experience of aging, and directly serves more than 3,000 Greater Boston seniors on a daily basis. From innovative housing options, to post-acute health care, to its Institute for Aging Research, and to the education of future geriatric care givers, each component of this Harvard Medical School teaching affiliate is designed to help keep seniors thriving and living as independently as possible for as long as it provides the highest quality of life, and, when necessary, to provide the highest quality post-acute and long-term care. The HSL system includes Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston, continuing care retirement communities NewBridge on the Charles in Dedham and Orchard Cove in Canton, five senior supportive housing sites in Brookline, Revere, and Randolph, and a wide array of home- and community-based services throughout Eastern Massachusetts.

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Agenda

7:00 to 7:30 AM Continental Breakfast and Registration
7:30 to 8:30 AM

Remarks and Discussion

Investment

$20 ACHE of Massachusetts Members
$30 Non-members
*$20 Full-Time Healthcare Administration Students and those "In Transition"

*Please have your Student ID available to show at the registration desk.

Online registration is closed. You may register at the door with cash or check.

CANCELLATION: To cancel your registration, please notify us in writing no later than one week prior to the event for a refund, less a $5 nonrefundable processing. If a cancellation takes place less than 3 days prior to the event, no refunds will be given; however, you may send a substitute in your place.