Kairos Health Systems appoints Alisa Miller as president and CEO
June 29, 2021Kairos Health Systems announced today that Alisa Miller has been appointed the company's new president and CEO. An experienced leader in senior services, Miller will succeed Jennifer Wimer and assume responsibilities on Oct. 1 in coordination with Wimer's planned retirement.
LeadingAge PA commends General Assembly for critical investments in long-term care to assist in addressing ongoing pandemic needs
June 26, 2021LeadingAge PA, an association representing more than 370 providers of services for seniors, today issued the following statement from president and CEO Adam Marles on the 2021-22 spending plan approved by the Pennsylvania General Assembly
LeadingAge PA welcomes new board chair and board members
June 21, 2021LeadingAge PA announced Jim Pieffer, senior vice president and incoming president and CEO of Presbyterian SeniorCare Network, as the chair of the board of directors, as well as five new board members.
LeadingAge PA announces 2021 Distinguished Service award winners
June 16, 2021LeadingAge PA is excited to announce the 2021 Distinguished Service award winners! Established in 1973, the Distinguished Service Awards honor the exemplary contributions of individuals or groups from member organizations who are enhancing the aging services field through their involvement, innovation, leadership, or advocacy.
LeadingAge PA awards $36,000 in professional development scholarships
May 4, 2021LeadingAge PA is excited to announce the award of $36,000 to members through the 2021 Professional Development Scholarship Program. Recognizing the continued need for developing the senior services workforce, LeadingAge PA has awarded more than $450,000 to supporting scholarships and grants for members in just the last five years.
LeadingAge PA calls for nursing home providers to be part of COVID-19 vaccination task force
February 9, 2021LeadingAge PA President and CEO Adam Marles today renewed his call initially made last week for Gov. Tom Wolf to form a broader task force to look at ways to quickly improve Pennsylvania's vaccination plan.
LeadingAge PA calls for emergency task force to improve struggling PA vaccination process
February 4, 2021LeadingAge PA, an association representing more than 370 providers of services for seniors, today testified before a joint state Senate hearing examining Pennsylvania's COVID-19 vaccination strategy. LeadingAge PA President and CEO Adam Marles called for an emergency task force to look at ways to quickly improve Pennsylvania's vaccination plan.
LeadingAge PA: Wolf budget proposal ignores PA nursing homes during pandemic
February 3, 2021LeadingAge PA, an association representing more than 370 providers of services for seniors, today issued the following statement from President and CEO Adam Marles on the 2021-22 budget proposal from Gov. Tom Wolf.
Leading senior care organizations take legal action against Wolf administration, demand release of federal funding designated to support nursing homes
December 8, 2020Pennsylvania's leading senior care advocacy organizations - LeadingAge PA, the Pennsylvania Health Care Association (PHCA), and the Pennsylvania Coalition of Affiliated Healthcare & Living Communities (PACAH) - filed a lawsuit yesterday in state Commonwealth Court to demand Wolf Administration officials re-allocate more than $150 million in federal dollars that, in accordance with state law, was mandated to be directed to Pennsylvania's nursing home residents and their providers of care.
LeadingAge PA condemns Gov. Wolf's veto of limited liability relief
November 30, 2020LeadingAge PA President and CEO Adam Marles today condemned Gov. Tom Wolf for vetoing House Bill 1737. "House Bill 1737 enjoyed bipartisan support in the legislature," Marles said. "Despite this, Gov. Wolf has turned his back on nursing home providers during a pandemic when they need him the most. Long-term care providers must have the support of their state government at a time when the COVID-19 pandemic is surging and still an immense challenge.