We are thrilled that we are able to attract experienced directors to help us advance our mission of enabling individuals to provide and receive care at home and in the community.
BOSTON, Mass. (PRWEB) May 14, 2013
Seniorlink, the parent company of Caregiver Homes, is pleased to announce the appointment of Stefen F. Brueckner as a new member of the company’s Board of Directors.
“Steve’s tremendous experience in the health and managed care industries makes him a fantastic resource,” said Tom Riley, Seniorlink President and CEO. “We are thrilled that we are able to attract experienced directors to help us advance our mission of enabling individuals to provide and receive care at home and in the community.”
Brueckner has more than 25 years of experience in the health insurance, managed care, and health and well-being industries. He was President and Chief Operating Officer of Healthways, Inc. Before joining Healthways, Brueckner held executive leadership positions with Humana Inc., Boston-based ProMutual Group, Anthem Companies, Inc., and Community Mutual Insurance Company.
Additionally, Brueckner's numerous professional affiliations have included serving on the Board of the Gateway Trust mutual funds, the Physician Insurer Association of America, the Center for Health Care Negotiation, and as vice chair of the Health Insurance Association of America. He is a graduate of Boston University.
The full list of Seniorlink Board members is available at http://www.seniorlink.com/About-Us/Board.aspx.
About Caregiver Homes
Caregiver Homes provides a unique, long-term care service model called Structured Family Caregiving (SFC), recognized in Indiana as Structured Family Caregiving, Ohio as Adult Family Living, in Massachusetts as Enhanced Adult Foster Care, and RIte @ Home in Rhode Island. The organization, a wholly owned subsidiary of Boston based Seniorlink, Inc. is dedicated to helping elders with complex medical conditions and people with disabilities live with dignity and independence in their communities. Caregiver Homes employs highly qualified professionals and specially designed communication technology to empower family and community members to provide extremely effective, high-quality care at home while being paid for their commitment. The program was launched in 2005, currently serves about 1,900 consumers, is available in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Ohio, and soon will be available from Caregiver Homes in Indiana. Find more information at http://www.caregiverhomes.com.
Seniorlink, Inc. offers expertise in managing care for elders and people with disabilities. In addition to its innovative service model, Structured Family Caregiving (SFC), Seniorlink can offer expertise to States and Managed Care organizations in regards to providing cost-effective, long-term care services. Find more information at http://www.seniorlink.com.