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John A. Capasso

President, Continuing Care/Executive Vice President

Trinity Health

John Capasso is president of continuing care/executive vice president at Trinity Health. Trinity Health continuing care services consists of home health, hospice, senior living, nursing homes and programs for the all-inclusive care of the elderly. This array of services exists in multiple markets throughout the 22 states in which Trinity Health is located. Mr. Capasso has more than 35 years of experience in healthcare and senior living services. Prior to this role, he served as senior vice president of the Continuing Care Management Services Network at Catholic Health East. Beginning in 2001, he also served as president/CEO of St. Joseph of the Pines Health System, a continuing care ministry providing a variety of housing and healthcare services to seniors in central North Carolina.

Prior to joining CHE, Mr. Capasso served in various executive roles at Asbury Services, Gaithersburg, Md., a provider of senior living services across multiple states. Prior to his various roles in continuing care, Mr. Capasso worked in positions in four acute care hospitals culminating in the role of assistant vice president, professional services, Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, Md. He has a Master of Science degree in health services administration from George Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in biology from Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Pa. He is a licensed nursing home administrator. Mr. Capasso currently serves on the boards of the BayCare Health System, Tampa, Fla., Catholic Health System of Buffalo, N.Y., and the Catholic Health Association.

Sessions

Leadership Insights: Addressing the Unique Quality/Safety Challenge in Post-Acute Care

Presented by David Gifford, MD, JoAnne Reifsnyder, PhD, RN, John A. Capasso, Joseph Williams at 3:45 PM on Wednesday, March 24th.

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unique challenges in the post-acute care space. Capacity and transition challenges coupled with new regulations and reimbursement issues has put an unprecedented strain on skilled nursing facilities, continuing care and patient transport processes. Join this panel discussion to learn directly from leaders along the post-acute continuum of care on how…