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Webinar Last Chance: True Stories in Senior Living Tech Innovation

Webinar: The Technology Behind the Success: True Stories of Electronic Health Record Adoption


Wednesday, April 13   |   1pm   |   FREE


Senior living operators are sitting on the precipice of unprecedented changes within the industry, resulting from the massive demographic shift that is set to take place by 2020. Are you prepared?

Have you considered the value an integrated electronic health record (EHR) platform will have in helping you to manage these changes?

While a recent study indicated more than 60% of senior living operators viewed an EHR as the #1 technology that will set them apart, adoption rates remain slow. With less than five years to prepare for an unparalleled population shift, now is the time to begin planning for the future.

Join us for a lively panel discussion with Lynne Katzmann from Juniper Communities, and David Tompkins from Christian Living Communities, who will share the successes (and some of the challenges) their communities have experienced since implementing an integrated EHR platform.

Hear from our panelists, how they have:

  • Elevated the level of care services delivered to residents.
  • Fulfilled (and often exceeded) the expectations of their residents and their families.
  • Gained greater visibility into the day-to-day operations of their business.
  • Experienced improvements to the financial health of their communities.

If there are specific topics or questions you would like our panelists to address during the webinar, please submit them at any time to

Moderator:  Elizabeth Ecker   |    Date: April 13, 2016   |   Time: 1 PM (CST)


Lynne Katzmann
Founder & President
Juniper Communities

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David Tompkins
Director of Clinical Informatics
Christian Living Communities





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