By Seniorlink on Oct 9, 2020 9:46:50 AM
Seniorlink President & CEO Tom Riley was recently featured in the Boston Business Journal's "5 Minutes With..." column. In the Q&A format interview, Riley discussed how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed family caregiving, and how his company has had to adapt in an ever-changing public health environment.
“I sometimes say that Seniorlink runs the largest nursing home in America. It just doesn’t have any buildings,” he says in the feature.
The story also touches on Riley's personal life, which has been marked by joy and tragedy in 2020. He tells the journal he has recently become a grandfather earlier in the year, but he has lost a beloved uncle to COVID-19 in the spring.
Riley outlines his vision for the future of the company in the story as well.
"Seniorlink has developed more technology-forward solutions that allow us to think about scaling up more rapidly, particularly as more risk shifts to professional insurance managed-care organizations," he says in the story. "We have an aspiration to get to a million of the 54 million family caregivers in the country. We’ve at 7,000 today. So we have a long way to go. But I certainly expect over the next five years we’ll be serving 100,000 families across the country."