President & Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Kayed Khalil oversees the day to day management of quality as it relates to the integrity of WeCare 365 clinical evaluation tools, claims, and database management. Dr. Khalil has over 35 years of business experience in multiple sectors including engineering, project development and oversight, Peace Activist and Children’s book author. Most recently Dr. Khalil retired from clinical practice in the area of Chiropractic where his focus was healing and supporting his patients.
Chief Executive Officer
"As Chief Executive Officer my role at WeCare 365 is to ensure that our Organizational Structure flows smooth and meets the expectations of the Massachusetts Adult Foster Care guidelines. Working closely with the Leadership team to develop strategic processes and workflows built to fit our organizations infrastructure and meet the needs and/or demands of the diverse populations we serve at WeCare 365 Adult Foster Care program. "
Chief Financial Officer
Amy plays a leading role in business development, contracting and finance for WeCare 365. She has more than 25 years of experience in health care, both on the provider and payor side of the equation providing her unique insight into all customers served by our organization. Amy’s commitment to safely aging in place and advocacy for our members is a priority in everything she does.
Chief Marketing Officer
"Establishing & implementing strategic and tactical communication plans designed to capitalize on marketing opportunities for WeCare 365. I'm hoping to build a creative, integrated multi-channel marketing department that builds brand awareness and reputation for WeCare 365. With my marketing expertise, I would like to provide a steady flow of sales leads and measure the return on marketing programs investment. I'm a self-motivator, resourceful and have impeccable leadership skills."
“As Program Director for WeCare 365 I am involved in the Human Resource process of on-boarding and training for my staff of administrators, Care Managers and Registered Nurses. I provide policy, procedure and document management, program oversight, support of the AFC Program guidelines, and act as a liaison to the other members of the Leadership Team. “
Determines clinical eligibility for the program upon completion of Minimum Data Set (MDS) Assessment; Responsible for developing an individualized care plan; Follows the individual in the home and provides clinical counsel and education as needed.
Determines if the individual is living in a safe and suitable home with a qualified Caregiver upon completion of assessments; Available to guide and provide resources to Caregivers and Individuals in need; Responsible for making sure Caregivers and Individuals follow Care Plan developed by RN.
Assists Care Managers and Registered Nurses in fulfilling their Monthly Visit Schedules. Community Health Worker may fill in for a Level I or Level II monthly AFC visit.