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Future Think: What Leaders Need to Survive

June 1, 2009

There are five specific characteristics successful business leaders must exude to be consistent and effective into the future, says author and executive coach Marshall Goldsmith. Among those is technological savvy – how does technology impact your core bu


Streamlining Software Expenses

May 26, 2009

Tight economic times means vendors must shelf big technology packages and focus on products that cater to specific provider needs. Learn more and check out Assisted Living Executive’s annual round up of software for senior living operations.


Companies Should Innovate Like Google

May 26, 2009

Growth-focused companies should emulate the way Google manages its people and provides a stimulating work environment – because these and other strategies are key to it producing “a high volume of high-quality ideas,” according to Tom Davenport, business


Innovative Technologies for Resident Care

May 15, 2009

This panel of leading technology companies will provide their crystal ball view of the technologies that likely will have a high impact on the care and services provided to senior living residents over the next few years (emphasis will be on assisted livi


Great Web Strategies: The Key to New Sales

May 15, 2009

Hear from a panel of innovative providers and online marketing companies who are tapping the Web for new sources of leads and better visibility. Learn about the latest Web strategies, including best practices for search engine optimization (SEO).


Putting Telehealth to the Test

April 6, 2009

ABC Senior Living’s vice president for resident clinical care is wowed by a telehealth demonstration. She begins to think of all the benefits such a system could bring residents and family members. But how does she make a sound recommendation to company l


Robot Helps Comfort Seniors With Dementia

October 7, 2008

Paro, a fur-covered robot that looks like a seal pup, has become a popular therapeutic toy for seniors with dementia—giving providers another way of addressing behavioral disturbances among assisted living residents with Alzheimer’s disease. The robot, wh


NASA Technology Could Curb Senior Falls

August 5, 2008

New “iShoe” technology developed by NASA scientists may be an effective way to help seniors at risk of falls. Preventing resident falls is a top issue for senior living companies and many have implemented programs to curb fall risk.


Technology & Accountability: Trends in Efficient Medication Management

June 1, 2008

Clinical experts will share some of the industry’s best practices in the critically important area of medication management. Plus, learn about specific technologies that can be employed to improve medication management efficiency, bolster accountability a


Robotic Caregiver for Seniors Debuts

May 6, 2008

A group of engineers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst has unveiled the uBOT-5, a robot designed to help seniors with the activities of daily living. The uBOT-5 can help seniors dial 911 in case of emergencies, deliver medication reminders, clear


Measuring Your Business: Staying Connected to What’s Happening in Your Communities

May 15, 2007

Learn how new technology products help companies get the right information. Explore technology as a tool to make informed decisions, tailored to what is going on in a particular market and community.

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APPI Partners with the Assisted Living Federation of America

July 15, 2006

Salisbury, Md. – Assisted Living Federation of America has chosen Affiliated Power Purchasers International, LLC, one of the nation’s most trusted utility consultants to immediately begin providing association members with solutions to reduce and manage e

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