Nov 07

Coming Home

Mr. West sits comfortably in his living room with his wife and daughter, family photos and his daughter’s artwork displayed on the walls. Their home is furnished with mementoes of their early life in Russia and treasures accumulated through decades of marriage. Mr. West’s journey hasn’t been without its challenges. In 2012, he was diagnosed […]

Nov 01

A New Kind of Partnership

Health care reform and the adoption of the 2010 Affordable Care Act created a new health care objective: To improve the quality of patient care and satisfaction while reducing costs. This reform provided Springwell with the opportunity to play a crucial role in helping health providers reach that goal. Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), developed by […]

Jun 01

Embracing Independence

Like most 18 year olds, Rosie finds it hard to contain her excitement when talking about her prom and high school graduation. “As you can tell,” she says, “I like to talk a lot!” Rosie’s enthusiasm for these events – and most things in life – isn’t dampened by her long-time diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy. […]