“The US will need to hire 2.3 million new health care workers by 2025 in order to adequately take care of its aging population,” CNN tells us. We know that our population is aging, including the nurses who care for the elderly. In fact, one-third of them are approaching retirement age. The bottom line is that there are not enough skilled healthcare workers to meet demand. That means hospitals, providers, and agencies are going to be fighting for talent.
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VP of Product Management
Starting out in GE’s Corporate Research and Development Center, Jeff has over 25 years of experience in high assurance systems development and product creation as a software architect, organizational leader, and driver of operational excellence through TQM, Lean, and Agile practices. Jeff has been in the Bay Area for over 20 years, moving across the continent from Schenectady to Sunnyvale with companies such as GE Medical Systems, Keane Consulting, ADAC Laboratories, Philips Healthcare, Elekta, and is currently with Easter Seals Bay Area as Vice President of Product Management, also acting as a principle methodologist for Lean and Agile time-to-market procedures and practices.
Jeff’s hobbies include scuba diving, golf, culinary arts, and is learning to play his 9th musical instrument now that his three children have begun lives of their own. Two cats still linger around the house though, refusing to find meaningful employment of their own.