This article is reprinted from the May 8, 2017, issue of Senior Living Z-News by Ziegler Investment Banking, a CHHSM partner. The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (“PACE”) began with On Lok Senior Health Services in 1938 and was then subsequently authorized by Congress as a permanent Medicare provider and Medicaid state option in…

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The Rev. Dr. Laverne Joseph, president and CEO of United Church of Christ-related Retirement Housing Foundation, is being honored for his outstanding service to humanity by Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pa. Joseph, who leads one of the nation’s largest faith-based providers of affordable housing, is the recipient of the 2017 Ursinus College Alumni Award for Service…

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A new partnership is emerging between the United Church of Christ’s 400 health and human service organizations and UCC Disaster Ministries, in hopes of broadening the UCC’s preparedness, response and long-term recovery whenever and wherever disasters happen. In a March 3 appeal letter, UCC Disaster Ministries began asking CHHSM ministries to identify individuals within their…

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Stethoscope

The United Church of Christ’s nearly 400 health and human service ministries provided more than $857 million in uncompensated, charitable care in 2016, an increase of nearly 18 percent in one year. The jump represents one of the largest single-year increases in decades, according to statistics collected by the UCC’s Council for Health and Human…

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The Rev. Dr. J. Bennett Guess

If your goal is to help people become more engaged and fulfilled in a Christian community, you don’t necessarily assign them to a board or committee. Instead, you ask them where their passions lie, what gives them energy, what serves and fulfills the desires of their best selves. For some people, that’s meetings, agendas and…

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