CAST Members Make News

CAST | September 13, 2021 | by Donna Childress

CAST applauds members in the news for new executive staff, a media feature, and a new product.

iN2L Welcomes New VP of Technology

LeadingAge Bronze Partner with CAST Focus iN2L has named Dylan Conley as its new VP of Technology. Conley will report to Lisa Taylor, CEO of iN2L, and is the third recent executive appointment as the company focuses on continuing to accelerate innovation.
"His track record in building scalable solutions that are simultaneously innovative and align with both internal business and customer goals will be invaluable as we continue to build on our capabilities and work to engage a broader array of tech-literate older adults," said Taylor in a statement.
Having spent nearly a decade at Oracle, Conley possesses deep expertise in developing innovative solutions that drive immediate value in the market. He designs agile, scalable, and easily integrated solutions that support devices and systems of all sizes. Conley is a graduate of Marquette University, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and computer engineering. The Daily Sentinel carried the news.

Selfhelp Virtual Senior Center Featured

Russ Lusak, COO of Selfhelp Community Services, Inc. and a CAST Commissioner, was interviewed on "The Playbook" on the Atlanta Small Business Network. Host Mark Collier, business consultant for the UGA Small Business Development Center, asked Lusak about Selfhelp's virtual senior center.
In “How Selfhelp is Utilizing Social Technology to Improve the Lives of Seniors,” the pair discussed how the virtual senior center got started, its core mission and goals, its programming, its funding, the size of its community, its partners, how the community is unique, and how other organizations can get involved. Selfhelp is a LeadingAge CAST Patron.

Fully Managed Introduces GrandCentral Senior Care

Fully Managed, an Associate Business Partner with CAST Focus, has launched GrandCentral Senior Care (GCs) to help senior care facilities achieve much-needed workflow automation for critical processes.
Powered by ServiceNow®, GCs integrates directly with PointClickCare Technologies Inc., the leading cloud-based software and electronic health record vendor for the senior care market. The solution was developed to help senior care facilities modernize and automate critical processes that support efficiency and productivity.
“Manual processes around user account setup are a particular pain point in the senior care sector,” Mark Scott, CEO of Fully Managed, said in a statement. “With so much movement in the industry, as well as the number of temporary workers, there is a constant need for onboarding and offboarding users, at any time of day. Providers need the flexibility and time savings that GrandCentral can provide. Manual processes just lead to delays that prevent efficiency and can cause security issues.” Business Wire reported the news.