Cynthia Morton Joins Editorial Advisory Board of iAdvanceSeniorCare
iAdvanceSeniorCare.com (IASC) provides practical business-building and innovative care information for executives, administrators, directors of nursing, and other care leaders in assisted living communities, skilled nursing facilities, post-acute facilities, and continuing care retirement communities.
The IASC Editorial Advisory Board is made up of leaders in the field who are committed to shaping the future of the industry. Board members offer ongoing editorial feedback, write occasional articles, share their expertise as sources in articles written by our editorial team, and make introductions between the IASC team and executives at senior care organizations and other thought leaders, facilitating our unique industry coverage.
I’m very pleased to announce that Cynthia Morton has joined this elite group. Morton joined the National Association for the Support of Long Term Care (NASL) as the Executive Vice President in September of 2010 and has led the organization to advocate for high quality care for the patients NASL members serve through working to advance legislative and regulatory policy.
The other members of the IASC Editorial Advisory Board are:
- Dan Ansel, founder and president, Active Daily Living
- Dr. Derrick Dewitt, Sr., director/CFO, Maryland Baptist Aged Home
- Alan C. Horowitz, partner, Arnall Golden Gregory
- Leah Klusch, founder and director, The Alliance Training Center
- Mike McClernon, senior placement advisor, Assisted Living Locators
- Alison Teitelbaum, vice president, MCI USA
We are grateful to our Editorial Advisory Board members for sharing their experience and insights, and for helping us deliver insightful content that makes a difference to our readers.
iAdvanceSeniorCare (IASC) is the industry-leading source for practical, in-depth, business-building, and resident care information for owners, executives, administrators, and directors of nursing at assisted living communities, skilled nursing facilities, post-acute facilities, and continuing care retirement communities. The IASC editorial team and industry experts provide market analysis, strategic direction, policy commentary, clinical best-practices, business management, and technology breakthroughs.
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