the boardroom. One-on-one with...Peter Reed

Reed, Peter
March 2013
Long-Term Living: For the Continuing Care Professional;Mar2013, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p40
An interview with Pioneer Network CEO Peter Reed is presented. When asked how Pioneering Network became a leader in redefining aging in the US, he replied that Pioneering Network transformed the culture of aging into a life-affirming, satisfying, humane and meaningful experience. He states that introducing culture change into a nursing home will requires a complete philosophical change. Reed believes that Pioneering Network is the catalyst for culture change which has redefined aging.


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