CenterLight Health System

CenterLight wins awards

Two employees in the CenterLight Health System recently won awards.

Asking about end-of-life care when patients can still answer

Asking about end-of-life care when patients can still answer

It's a scene at plays out all too often in hospitals across the United States. A stroke leaves a frail senior incapacitated, lying in a hospital bed. Family members gather around, but no one can say for sure what their relative wants for her end-of-life care, and no advance directive or healthcare power of attorney is on file for her.

CenterLight Health System expands home health

CenterLight Health System, a New York-based long-term care provider, has launched CenterLight Certified Home Health Agency to provide short-term care to individuals who need skilled health services at home.

Training managers to build relationships with employees

Training managers to build relationships with employees

Providers like CenterLight are experiencing greater numbers of frail elderly patients as the general population ages, and a mandate from New York State's Medicaid program that requires patients who need long-term care to enroll in a managed plan.

CenterLight Health System appoints strategy officer

CenterLight Health System appoints strategy officer

Ilaina Edison is CenterLight Health System's first chief strategy officer. Within this new position, Edison will help support the New York long-term care provider's growth and transformation to a coordinated care model.

CenterLight adds two execs

CenterLight Health System announced two new executive members. James Luciano, M.D., is the new Vice President for Medical Affairs and Jacob Victory is the Vice President of Medical Operations and Program Development.

CenterLight names first CIO

CenterLight Health System has hired William C. Pelzar as the organization's first chief information officer.

Nursing home honored for reducing falls 53% in one year

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A New York nursing home that reduced falls by 53% in a year credits program planning, new safeguards and revised resident assessments.

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