The Ohio Masonic Home Continues to Be an Industry Leader

The Ohio Masonic Home and each of its subsidiaries continue to be recognized in the local, state, and national spotlight. Several of The Ohio Masonic Home Executive Team Members along with campus leadership personnel have, and continue to have, the opportunity to attend and present at conferences across the country positioning the Home as an innovator in the senior living space.

Presentations such as “How Ohio Masonic Home Uses Technology to Improve Independence and Peace of Mind” and “Creating a Culture of WE” are just a few of the presentations The Ohio Masonic Home employees have done recently. In fact, Tom Maloney, COO/CFO participated in a nursing round table late last year at the LeadingAge National Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The presentation was so impactful that the national publication “McKnight’s Long-Term Care News” ran a story on how The Ohio Masonic Home has shifted its culture to result in growth opportunities across the organization, as well as, an increase in employee retention and continued exceptional experiences given to all community members.

“The Home is a progressive organization. Through the use of innovative technology on our campuses, the community partnerships we’ve formed in each of our markets, and our unique approach to recruiting and retaining employees, we continue to be a provider and employer of choice. We are fortunate and appreciate the speaking opportunities that allow us to leverage our organization as an innovator in the Senior Living industry,” said Scott Buchanan, CEO of The Ohio Masonic Home.

Scott will present at LeadingAge National in San Diego, California later this year. He will be joined by Scott Collins, CEO of Linkage, in a session called “How to Integrate Technology Solutions as a Response to Industry Trends.” The goal is to highlight the technology being utilized at each of the campuses, such as Breezie tablets and Embodied labs, and how it is positively impacting the lives of community members across the state. He will also be presenting at the Leading Age Ohio 2019 Leadership Summit CEO Panel to highlight the implementation of initiatives that have helped to grow employee engagement. The Ohio Masonic Home continues to be represented at conferences such as Zeigler, LeadingAge Ohio, and LeadingAge National which are well attended by large corporations in finance, health care, and the senior living industries.

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