As people get older, their bodies respond differently to the cold which unfortunately makes them more susceptible to serious health problems. During the winter months, cold temperatures, snowy walkways, and icy roads make life more challenging for everyone, especially for seniors. Unfortunately, snow also brings added challenges to seniors when it comes to their safety and independence. Elly Kleinman, founder of the Americare Companies knows all about that.
Mental health in later life presents an increasing challenge of modern society. The rapid growth in the elderly population, increased life expectancy, and prevalence of chronic diseases among the elderly, extend the need for using health, social and financial community resources.
By now it has become clear that technology is more readily available, and is adopted by more and more healthcare providers, as it can benefit everyone involved in the industry, regardless whether you are a healthcare provider or a patient. From basic equipment to billing practices primarily based on technology advances, everyone who has set foot in a hospital or clinic in recent years has seen the changes. Elly Kleinman, Americare Companies founder and chief executive started experimenting with delivering care outside the traditional settings a long time ago, and now he is among the first to reap the benefits for recognizing the potential efficiency and cost savings of keeping patients out of hospital beds.
We live in an age when there are so many new and innovative ways to provide services in a way that is both efficient and cost effective, and yet the most important service that binds us all together doesn’t seem to be getting any cheaper. Healthcare is fundamental to all of us, regardless where we live or how organized it is. Elly Kleinman, Americare president and founder, is one of the most recognized healthcare providers, with over 30 years of experience under his belt. But instead of looking for newer ways that can improve the way in which they operate, many healthcare providers are stagnating because they refuse to let go of their old ways of doing things.