LYNN, MA August 31, 2020– All Care VNA and Hospice is pleased to announce the promotion of Keri Barada to Director of Information Systems Operations. Keri will lead the transition of All Care’s home health aides from paper documentation to an EVV (Electronic Visit Verification) platform where they will document their visits in the CellTrak App.
Barada began her career at All Care in 1999 as a Data Entry Clerk and worked her way up through supervisory and management roles within the operations department. Her extensive experience with the IS system and her knowledge of agency operations makes her a perfect candidate for the new position.
All Care’s Director of Operations, Kathy Scibelli says “With Keri’s organizational skills; combined with her expertise in the informational system, this new position is a perfect fit for her! She is a dedicated worker and her promotion is well-deserved. I am thrilled for her, and I know she will continue to have much success in her new role here at All Care”.
Keri was born and raised in Lynn and currently resides in Swampscott with her husband and children. She looks forward to this exciting new role and her future at All Care!
Founded in 1911, All Care VNA is a Medicare/Medicaid-certified agency offering services of nurses, home health aides, specialists in geriatrics, oncology, diabetes, physical, occupational, and speech therapies as well as palliative care. All Care Hospice provides the highest quality medical and emotional care for those with life-limiting illnesses, as well as respite care, spiritual support, and bereavement counseling for families. All Care also offers All Care Resources, a private pay division for flexible in-home services. All Care employs nearly 600 people, serving over 65 cities/towns in the Greater Boston North, Merrimack Valley and North Shore communities. www.allcare.org