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HCP Launches Customer Advisory Board – Aaron Sinykin

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The Customer Advisory Board will be a voice for the industry, comprised of agencies and professionals who have achieved outstanding results with HCP’s Experience Management, Training, and Reputation Management solutions. Through its Board, HCP will continue to enable providers to become the best employer and provider in their area. 

New Board members include: Aaron Sinykin, Devoted GuardiansLaura Shaw de-Bruin, Norwood Seniors Network; Samantha Franklin, Hospice of Arkansas; Katy Sperl, Androscoggin; Laura Quinn, Right at Home; Wyatt Godfrey, Right at Home; Shannon Mitchell, Right at Home; Emily Undajon, Right at Home; Zack Woods, Brightstar Care; Brett Ringold, A Long Term Companion; Nora Triola, BAYADA; Brittney Schauss, Heritage Hospice; Jake Rankin, Talem Home Care; Karen Schacht, Jaybird Senior Living; Kaylee Neegaard, Jaybird Senior Living; Sara Kelinek, Jaybird Senior Living; Ethan Guerrieri, Preferred Care at Home; Cyril Vergis, Arosa; Jenelle Schneider, Home Helpers; Nicole Wilson, Synergy; Ally Waters, FirstLight; John Ball, Outreach Health.  

To continue offering cutting-edge solutions to the industry, we need strategic focus from customers to dig deeper into industry’s biggest challenges,” said Brian Zeichick, Chief Product Officer at HCP. “Post-acute care is a dynamic industry, and the more we learn from our customers, the more we can adapt our solutions to meet their needs.”

 

What They Offer

Their Care Intelligence Platform offers RN-developed training, satisfaction surveys, and reputation management tools designed to help businesses become the best employer and provider in their area—and make sure everyone knows about it.  

As the need for home-based care reaches unprecedented levels, they will help you navigate the industry’s ever-evolving landscape with expert guidance and indispensable insights from behind the scenes, so you can focus on taking better care of their clients, staff, and community. 

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