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    Lisa M. Cini of Mosaic Design Studio, a solution provider company at the marcus evans Long-Term Care CXO Summit Spring 2012, on creating designs that add value to LTC facilities.

    Interview with: Lisa M. Cini, President, Mosaic Design Studio


    Many long-term care (LTC) facilities today are outdated and do not serve the needs of their residents and caregivers, according to Lisa M. Cini, President, Mosaic Design Studio. However, not many of those designing or renovating such facilities have the background in healthcare that is required to arrive at the ideal design solution, Cini adds.

    From a solution provider company at the marcus evans Long-Term Care CXO Summit Spring 2012, in Weston, Florida, July 16-17, Cini talks about maximizing reimbursement and how to improve a LTC facility’s bottom line.

    Maximizing reimbursement is a major priority in this industry. How can LTC facilities improve their bottom line?

    We understand that reimbursement is a critical factor in this industry. We have previously been in-house and know that projects have to finish on time as every day that a room cannot be rented is a day without any income. We also know what it means to live with the repercussions of a designer choosing a low-quality material or coming up with a layout that does not work nor flow and creates extra work for the organization.

    Many LTC facilities today are outdated. With paperless charting, they may be able to gain more resident rooms or convert some space into a short-term rehab, outpatient rehab or hospice. All of this translates into more revenue and gravitating into areas that are getting reimbursed the highest rates. Design should be more about adding value than just re-decorating. We have grown up in a community where it is all about the lowest bid with clients suffering the results of bad decisions and we have created a better solution to deliver the best results economically.

    What are the Baby Boomers looking for?

    The Baby Boomers are looking for a country club feel. Instead of the old school assisted or senior living facility where everyone dined together at a certain time, they now want multiple dining and activity options like a country club. It is quite similar to a cruise ship, but instead we have treated it like an institution. Cruise ships understand the thinking behind having multiple venues for entertainment and dining. The more they leverage the space they have and create engagement opportunities, the more bookings they get. The facility obviously needs to have great caregivers, but this physical part makes a big difference to the Baby Boom generation. They want to live life to the fullest.

    Where do you see the future of this industry?

    I think we have just touched the surface of what home health care can do for LTC, and how to properly leverage that. Most seniors today are engaged in their health care. They are doing their research, monitoring or tracking their cholesterol or sugar levels, and getting second opinions. Unless we further engage this generation, there is going to be a disconnect soon.

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    About the Long-Term Care CXO Summit Spring 2012

    This unique forum will take place at the Hyatt Regency Bonaventure, Weston, Florida, July 16-17, 2012. Offering much more than any conference, exhibition or trade show, this exclusive meeting will bring together esteemed industry thought leaders and solution providers to a highly focused and interactive networking event. The Summit includes presentations on the Health Care Reform, innovative quality improvement, and staff recruitment and retention strategies.

    For more information please send an email to info@marcusevanscy.com or visit the event website

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    Please note that the Summit is a closed business event and the number of participants strictly limited.

    About Mosaic Design Studio

    Mosaic’s mission is to improve quality of life through design! Award winning and nationally recognized, Mosaic Design Studio specializes in Senior Living environments: Independent, Assisted, Memory Care, Skilled and Short-term Rehab in the USA and Canada. Mosaic provides turnkey design, procurement and interior renovation solutions. Mosaic’s design and implementation approach helps to foster innovative and cost/time sensitive approaches to design and product solutions.


    About marcus evans Summits

    marcus evans Summits are high level business forums for the world’s leading decision-makers to meet, learn and discuss strategies and solutions. Held at exclusive locations around the world, these events provide attendees with a unique opportunity to individually tailor their schedules of keynote presentations, think tanks, seminars and one-on-one business meetings. For more information, please visit www.marcusevans.com 


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