The Wesley Community announced that Jeff Cohn has been appointed chief information officer at the senior living campus in Saratoga Springs.
Cohn will be responsible for supporting and facilitating the needs and strategic growth of The Wesley Community’s technology and business functions. This includes the enhancement of Wesley’s information technology plan; maintenance and operation of information security; operating various business applications; and developing technology solutions throughout the campus.
Cohn has nearly 40 years of experience working in the information technology field and was one of the first certified netware engineers in New York state. He is the co-founder of SAGE Computer Associates. Cohn served as the principal for ADNET’s Albany location for the past three years.
He is a graduate of SUNY Oneonta, where he received a degree in geography and double minored in computer graphics and business.
The Patient Experience Project (PEP) announced the addition of Kristen Scannell as a patient experience coordinator and Elizabeth Stauffer as director of strategic planning.
Scannell has more than five years of educational experience as a school counselor at a number of school districts. In her new role, she will coordinate and support the successful execution of the agency’s patient relationship management activities, including PEP’s patient mentor, speaking, and adviser programs.
Scannell received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., and a master’s degree in education and school counseling from the College of Saint Rose in Albany.