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ResCare Names New Executive for Intellectual and Developmental Services Business


ResCare, Inc., one of the largest privately held home and
community-based health services providers to complex populations in the
U.S., announced the addition of Robert Barnes as executive vice
president and president of its Intellectual and Developmental Disability
(I/DD) Services business segment, which supports individuals with
developmental, cognitive or intellectual disabilities by providing
residential community living and community support services in 27 states
across the country.

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Robert Barnes, ResCare President of I/DD Community Services (Photo: Business Wire)

Robert Barnes, ResCare President of I/DD Community Services (Photo: Business Wire)

Barnes joins ResCare from Trilogy Health Services, a leading provider of
skilled nursing and assisted living services, where he served as senior
vice president of operations, responsible for national health care
operations in the Midwest. He has more than 20 years of experience in
the health services field. Prior to Trilogy, Barnes served as chief
operating officer for Affinity Health Services and held various
operational leadership roles with Guardian Elder Care and other health
care services organizations.

"Bob has a proven track record for driving quality, revenue growth,
operational process success, innovation and strong teams," said ResCare
President and CEO Jon Rousseau. "I'm excited to add another experienced
health care industry leader to the ResCare leadership team we've built
over the past year. Bob's leadership and health services experience will
add to our already talented leadership team to drive our focused growth
and innovation strategies forward into the future."

Barnes will be responsible for the development of leading proprietary
service offerings in the community-based I/DD services industry. He will
be focusing on core operational processes and growth opportunities,
supported by technology-led initiatives to drive quality, outcome-based
care for individuals ResCare supports in hundreds of communities across
the country.

Barnes holds a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Mount Aloysius
College. He earned a nursing home administration certification from
Slippery Rock University.

About ResCare

ResCare, Inc., founded and headquartered in Louisville, has been making
a difference in people's lives and communities by providing home and
community-based health services to complex populations, helping them
live their best life since 1974.

ResCare is one of the largest diversified home and community-based
health services providers in the country with more than 45,000 employees
in 40-plus states. With more than 40 years of experience, ResCare offers
daily living support services and in-home care, vocational training, job
placement, pharmacy, rehab and behavioral health services for people of
all ages and skill levels. Our care professionals work in thousands of
communities across the United States – helping more than 2 million
people each year. It is committed to technology and innovative care
management tools and programs to augment daily care services – offered
through a unique mix of high-tech and high-touch solutions to enhance
safety and independence and improve outcomes for individuals in the

ResCare's Connected Home care model is an industry-leading
approach to the future of health care services to achieve strong quality
and compliance while also driving efficiency and cutting waste. The
model includes the use of proprietary electronic health records (EHRs)
and analytics, medication management, remote monitoring and telehealth,
and behavioral health services and care management to create an
outcomes-based environment that helps people live their best life.

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