Anthony Cirillo, FACHE, ABC – President – 704-992-6005 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Anthony is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and an accredited business communicator of the International Association of Business Communicators.
He is president of The Aging Experience. He helps organizations craft experiences and seize opportunities the mature marketplace. He helps family caregivers thrive and individuals make educated aging decisions. A consultant and professional speaker, Anthony is a monthly contributor on The Charlotte Today program, an expert in Senior Care, an executive board member of CCAL, and a member of the Dementia Action Alliance. In his home community he participates in Huntersville CARES, a dementia friendly community initiative, and is a board member of the Lake Norman Family Health Clinic. A Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives with a Masters from the University of Pennsylvania, Anthony’s clients have ranged from the Cleveland Clinic, Unisys, and King Faisal Hospital in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to Carolinas Health Care, Novant Health, Wall Street startups and many more.
As someone who helped launch the patient experience movement, Anthony has a unique ability to envision the future state of health care, see solutions before others see problems and formulate answers before people understand the question. He has been called innovative, inventive, original and resourceful. He provides logical support for futuristic thinking and makes difficult to understand ideas easier for people to comprehend. Anthony can connect the dots in healthcare. CEOs retain him for big picture thinking.
Anthony Cirillo is a passionate advocate for family caregivers and older adults, helping them lead a quality life through a platform of educated aging – physically, emotionally and financially.
He understands the business of health care and as someone who spends thousands of hours a year with older adults and their caregivers, he understands consumer perspective and needs.
A Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, Anthony consults with health care organizations globally. Having helped launch a Wall Street startup, he brings marketing savvy and an entrepreneurial mindset to clients, being named a Top 50 Entrepreneur in Charlotte in 2011.
His article “The Chief Experience Officer” became an impetus for the Cleveland Clinic to create an office of patient experience, hire the first hospital chief experience officer and create a groundswell to promote better patient experiences long before the focus on value-based purchasing.
His blog, Educated Aging and corresponding video blogs help consumers understand the health care system while imparting ways to live a quality life. His blog is listed as one of the top boomer blogs by AllTop contributing to Anthony’s online Klout influence that tops 60. His book, Who Moved My Dentures?, dispels myths about aging.
A member of the National Speaker’s Association, he has spoken to thousands of health care professionals and consumers at wide-ranging venues and is represented by several speakers’ bureaus.
Anthony started his career as a producer for CBS-TV in Philadelphia. And he uses skills honed early in his career when he appears on radio and TV as an expert in aging and health care. Anthony is a prolific writer, having written hundreds of blogs and articles. He is often cited in the press including wide-ranging publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, USA Today, among others.
Anthony fell into a mission and advocacy for elders when he started performing in nursing homes. A gifted singer-performer, he has been to Nashville to record and has sung around the country. He uses his performing gifts in his keynote speeches. Anthony brightens the lives and promotes the quality of life and the dignity of caregivers and seniors. And he is a conduit that helps businesses reach and connect to boomer and senior audiences.
Why do I do what I do? Read The Story of Esther.
PresidentThe Aging Experience
Monthly guest and contributor.The Charlotte Today Program
BloggerThe Huffington Post
Member Board of DirectorsLake Norman Family Health Clinic
Senior Care Expert-Verywell
Member & Co-Chair Capacity Building and Advocacy WorkgroupDementia Action Alliance
Executive Board MemberCCAL
Guest Blogger and Judge Caring ChampionsCaring.com
Guest Blogger - Hospital ImpactFierceMarkets
Guest BloggerMcKnight's Long-Term Care News
Strategic PartnerAnswers for Elders, Inc.
Healthcare Channel PartnerCEO2
Acting Chief Marketing OfficerHunterdon Medical Center
Director of MarketingTouchstone Health Partnership, Wall Street, NY, NY
DirectorUnisys and Unisys University
Director of MarketingGraduate Health System
VolunteerPR ChairLake Norman Rotary Club
PublicationsWho Moved My Dentures?Warren Publishing 2004
Case Studies in Niche Marketing-HC Pro
Orthopedics and Spine: Strategies for Superior Service Line Performance -HC Pro
Honors & Awards
Top 50 Entrepreneur
Charlotte Business Leader
Judge McKnight's LTC Technology Awards McKnight's LTC
Judge - Senior Homes Best of the Web Senior Homes
Judge - Caring Champions program at Caring.com
Anthony holds a Masters Degree from the University of Pennsylvania and an undergraduate degree from Drexel University, both in Philadelphia, PA.
I did literally fall into senior care through a talent for singing. And I still sing for residents in long-term care to this day. The impact that seniors have had on me has been tremendous and the fulfillment I receive is wonderful.
Because of my love for seniors, I have focused my efforts in assuring that they are respected and receive the care they deserve. Of course that has immersed me deeply in the aging services industry.
We are facing a perfect storm - aging baby boomers in need of care and a healthcare system taxed to provide that care. I feel that if people were educated about aging issues sooner in life, they would make smart decisions and exercise self-responsibility for their health. Those that work in aging services have an obligation to assist people in becoming educated so that health and long-term care are not always entered in a crisis mode.