Not for Profit Exchange, a weekly radio show focused on connecting profit and non-profit worlds, featured an interview with Harmony’s very own John Byer, Vice President of Business Development, about the impact technology can have in improving long-term care for seniors, families and the community on this week’s show.
The show’s hosts, Adriane Berg and Pat Bohse, covered several different topics with John including a discussion about the issues facing long-term care right now, the strain that long-term care places on seniors and the families caring for them, ways technology can be leveraged to optimize current resources to offer better care for the increasing senior population, and Harmony’s role in helping to expand home- and community-based services.
In addition to hosting this weekly radio show, Pat Bohse is also the manager for the New Jersey Association of Area Agencies on Aging (NJ4A). She discussed the progress NJ has made in embracing technology to accelerate home- and community-based services.
John continued the discussion by highlighting Harmony’s role in working with state and local agencies and private service providers to rebalance care from institutions to home and community-based care, thus helping aging and vulnerable adults receive the care they need in the comfort of their own homes.
Catch the complete interview here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/notforprofitexchange/2011/11/01/not-for-profit-exchange.