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Brian Colleran

Chief Executive Officer

Provider Services Inc

HQ Phone:  (440) 793-0200

Direct Phone: (440) ***-****direct phone

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Provider Services Inc

25000 Country Club Blvd. Suite 255

North Olmsted, Ohio,44070

United States

Company Description

Provider Services Holdings is a community based skilled nursing organization committed to provide mission driven care to our patients and residents. Our integrated alignment with healthcare partners who share our mission and vision ensures the highest level of...more

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A not-for-profit reincarnated - The Merriman Good Life Foundation | Akron, OH

www.TMGLFoundation.org [cached]

On August 15, 2004, everything came to a head when the facility's management team, employees, residents, and families were introduced to Brian Colleran, president and owner of Provider Services, the new operating entity of The Merriman.
The company runs the management functions of the nursing home and the property itself is owned by a healthcare REIT (real estate investment trust) arm of HCR ManorCare. Colleran immediately recognized that the Merriman and its environs were far from the typical nursing home operation. Provider Services' philosophy of allowing its facilities to retain their character and uniqueness was welcomed by all who cherish this special place. A new organizational model In the early days of Provider's arrival at The Merriman, Colleran visited the facility to attend a family/resident meeting. At that time, I had the opportunity to spend some time with Colleran discussing the historical background of 209 Merriman Road. We also talked about an idea that I had written about for a publication back in 1986. Having worked in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors, my premise was that the sheer weight of demographic forces combined with the shrinking federal and state dollars necessary to provide for nursing home care would result in an inefficient and undesirable two-tiered healthcare system for residents. I posited that part of the solution to this looming crisis might be to create a new hybrid organizational model-one that combines the best of the for-profit and not-for-profit models of delivering care. Also having worked in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors, Colleran knew the respective strengths and weaknesses of both and he immediately recognized the potential of such an approach. It rang especially true as he learned about the deep and far-reaching philanthropic roots of the Sumner on Merriman organization.


www.nursinghomesmagazine.com

On August 15, 2004, everything came to a head when the facility's management team, employees, residents, and families were introduced to Brian Colleran, president and owner of Provider Services, the new operating entity of The Merriman.
The company runs the management functions of the nursing home and the property itself is owned by a healthcare REIT (real estate investment trust) arm of HCR ManorCare. Colleran immediately recognized that the Merriman and its environs were far from the typical nursing home operation. Provider Services' philosophy of allowing its facilities to retain their character and uniqueness was welcomed by all who cherish this special place. A new organizational model In the early days of Provider's arrival at The Merriman, Colleran visited the facility to attend a family/resident meeting. At that time, I had the opportunity to spend some time with Colleran discussing the historical background of 209 Merriman Road. We also talked about an idea that I had written about for a publication back in 1986. Having worked in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors, my premise was that the sheer weight of demographic forces combined with the shrinking federal and state dollars necessary to provide for nursing home care would result in an inefficient and undesirable two-tiered healthcare system for residents. I posited that part of the solution to this looming crisis might be to create a new hybrid organizational model-one that combines the best of the for-profit and not-for-profit models of delivering care. Also having worked in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors, Colleran knew the respective strengths and weaknesses of both and he immediately recognized the potential of such an approach. It rang especially true as he learned about the deep and far-reaching philanthropic roots of the Sumner on Merriman organization.


www.nursinghomesmagazine.com

On August 15, 2004, everything came to a head when the facility's management team, employees, residents, and families were introduced to Brian Colleran, president and owner of Provider Services, the new operating entity of The Merriman.
The company runs the management functions of the nursing home and the property itself is owned by a healthcare REIT (real estate investment trust) arm of HCR ManorCare. Colleran immediately recognized that the Merriman and its environs were far from the typical nursing home operation. Provider Services' philosophy of allowing its facilities to retain their character and uniqueness was welcomed by all who cherish this special place. A new organizational model In the early days of Provider's arrival at The Merriman, Colleran visited the facility to attend a family/resident meeting. At that time, I had the opportunity to spend some time with Colleran discussing the historical background of 209 Merriman Road. We also talked about an idea that I had written about for a publication back in 1986. Having worked in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors, my premise was that the sheer weight of demographic forces combined with the shrinking federal and state dollars necessary to provide for nursing home care would result in an inefficient and undesirable two-tiered healthcare system for residents. I posited that part of the solution to this looming crisis might be to create a new hybrid organizational model-one that combines the best of the for-profit and not-for-profit models of delivering care. Also having worked in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors, Colleran knew the respective strengths and weaknesses of both and he immediately recognized the potential of such an approach. It rang especially true as he learned about the deep and far-reaching philanthropic roots of the Sumner on Merriman organization.


www.ltlmagazine.com

On August 15, 2004, everything came to a head when the facility's management team, employees, residents, and families were introduced to Brian Colleran, president and owner of Provider Services, the new operating entity of The Merriman.
The company runs the management functions of the nursing home and the property itself is owned by a healthcare REIT (real estate investment trust) arm of HCR ManorCare. Colleran immediately recognized that the Merriman and its environs were far from the typical nursing home operation. Provider Services' philosophy of allowing its facilities to retain their character and uniqueness was welcomed by all who cherish this special place. A new organizational model In the early days of Provider's arrival at The Merriman, Colleran visited the facility to attend a family/resident meeting. At that time, I had the opportunity to spend some time with Colleran discussing the historical background of 209 Merriman Road. We also talked about an idea that I had written about for a publication back in 1986. Having worked in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors, my premise was that the sheer weight of demographic forces combined with the shrinking federal and state dollars necessary to provide for nursing home care would result in an inefficient and undesirable two-tiered healthcare system for residents. I posited that part of the solution to this looming crisis might be to create a new hybrid organizational model-one that combines the best of the for-profit and not-for-profit models of delivering care. Also having worked in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors, Colleran knew the respective strengths and weaknesses of both and he immediately recognized the potential of such an approach. It rang especially true as he learned about the deep and far-reaching philanthropic roots of the Sumner on Merriman organization.


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