Discover How To Drive Occupancy and Extend Length of Stay at SafelyYou’s Summit Spring 2021

With occupancy rates at all-time lows due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the fall detection and prevention experts at SafelyYou are hosting a free virtual Summit, OPEN: “The Future of Fall Prevention,” which will feature an important panel discussion about how to retain residents, extend the length of stay and increase move-ins. 

Taking place on May 19 from 12-1 p.m. PT, the Summit’s second breakout panel, Driving Occupancy and Extending Length of Stay by Elevating Standard of Care with SafelyYou,“ brings together Jerry Taylor, Vice President of Operations for National Health Investors;  Allison Groves, Director of Clinical Operations for Carlton Senior Living; and George Netscher, Chief Executive Officer for SafelyYou. The session will be moderated by Tom Bang, Chief Strategy Officer for SafelyYou.

The panelists will examine proven examples of how SafelyYou’s fall detection and prevention technology is a true market differentiator. SafelyYou has not only extended the length of stay by 2X but has also been leveraged to drive community move-ins by elevating fall programming. This session will highlight how SafelyYou communities are addressing occupancy challenges by:

  • Reducing falls and ER visits
  • Elevating standard of care
  • Alleviating stress and giving families peace of mind
  • Leveraging SafelyYou as a market differentiator

SafelyYou’s Summit Spring 2021 kicks off on Wednesday, May 19 at 10 a.m. PT with a keynote presentation featuring SafelyYou’s CEO George Netscher and COO Shirley Nickels followed by two panel discussions and customer roundtables.

As the country begins to reopen after a year like no other, SafelyYou thought it only fitting to open its very first virtual summit free of charge to all wanting to drive change in senior living. 

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Meet the Panelists

Jerry Taylor, Vice President, Operations, National Health Investors

Jerry Taylor

Jerry Taylor rejoined the team at National Health Investors in April 2020. As the VP, Operations, he works closely with NHI’s operating partners as an operational resource. He also works closely with the asset management team as well as the business development team on both current and future deals. Jerry has over 10 years of experience in the industry, the majority of which was spent in the day-to-day operations of senior living communities.

Allison Groves, Director, Clinical Operations, Carlton Senior Living 

Allison Groves

Alli is the Director of Clinical Operations at Carlton Senior Living, where she oversees the clinical program for 11 communities supporting approximately 1,200-plus residents. She is a Gerontologist and earned her bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and her master’s degree from USC. Alli has worked in the senior living industry for 10 years and strives to implement innovative technology to support their residents, families, and associates.

George Netscher, CEO, SafelyYou

George Netscher

George is CEO of SafelyYou and on leave from the computer science Ph.D. program at UC Berkeley. He works on computer vision methods to predict and facilitate care for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other cognitive impairments, which started in 2014 as his Ph.D. research and became the company SafelyYou in 2016. SafelyYou has shown an average of 40% fewer falls and 80% fewer ER visits from falls in dementia care for participating assisted living and skilled nursing communities through a better understanding of unwitnessed falls for individuals that often cannot advocate for themselves.

Tom Bang, CSO, SafelyYou

Tom Bang

Tom Bang is a digital healthcare technology executive focused on the senior living, longevity space. He currently serves as the Chief Strategy Officer at SafelyYou, a spin-out from UC Berkeley’s Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory. An accomplished Baxter International and Cardinal Health senior executive, he led later-stage and transitioning enterprises to market dominance and financial success, resulting in numerous profitable exits. Tom is personally committed to providing quality senior living care and understanding how technology impacts seniors.