About Us

Robert Stall MD, CEO |  CV
Innovations in Older Adult Care

4248 Ridge Lea Road, Suite 126, Amherst, NY 14226
Cell 716-861-1312 Office: 716-833-3237 FAX: 888-432-7192


NEW Relentless Health Value podcast 2/5/15:  “Dr. Robert Stall on Systematizing Senior Care”

Web link:  http://relentlesshealthvalue.com/30/

“An insightful conversation this week with Dr. Robert Stall who offers up some actionable advice on improving care to the over 65 crowd for providers, payers (risk adjustment anyone?) and senior living organizations.”


Stall Senior Medical LLC uses its consulting, advisory, and direct care expertise to devise creative and practical approaches for medical practices, health insurers, and health care systems to improve the health and well-being of older adults.

Stall Senior Medical works in collaboration with primary care providers and health insurers to maintain and improve the health of their patients and members.

Our holistic approach tailors specialized programs to meet the needs of organizations with whom we work. We provide a comprehensive analysis of patient/member data and make recommendations to optimize patient outcomes and improve HEDIS and STAR measures.

Other services include taking advantage of low-cost web-based and mobile technology, direct engagement of patient and caregivers to assist with their own care, “meaningful use” of the electronic health record (e.g. personalizing the user interface, template creation, reducing redundancy in documentation, enhancing connectivity, etc.), and optimizing workflow to achieve greater productivity and more cost-effective care.

Dr. Stall is an internist and fellowship trained geriatrician (and a MIT graduate in electrical engineering and computer science) who has dedicated his entire professional career to the care of older adults.

His efforts to empower patients, caregivers, and health professionals to provide better care for seniors include lectures, seminars, “homework” given at visits to his office, mentoring students, acting as a media resource, and providing information on his web site.

He is the owner and CEO of Stall Senior Medical LLC, striving to enhance geriatric care using innovative, practical approaches.  Projects to date include seven iPhone apps available in the iTunes stores, two interactive web-based utilities (the comprehensive Senior Health Assessment and Drugs Can Make You Sick!, a personalized medication-symptom analyzer), and assembling a top-notch team of health providers to conduct high-quality home care assessments for the Medicare Advantage patient population.

Over his career, Dr. Stall has been medical director or advisor in hospital, home care, and long-term care settings, and has served as a member of the UB School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Faculty Council and the UB 2020 Task Force on Aging and Chronic Disease.

sally McGuire 2014 005_pp copy1-1Sallie McGuire, Chief Operating Officer
Cell 716-609-9141

Ms. McGuire has twenty-six years experience in health care management. Her expertise is creating and implementing operational and human resources initiatives to increase productivity and to achieve a more engaged and satisfied workforce.

She conducts extensive research to validate the effectiveness of best practices in the healthcare arena. She has published a work entitled, “Improving performance by Increasing Employee Satisfaction in Healthcare” Her most recent work is entitled, “Physician Recruitment, The Challenge for Today, the Crisis of Tomorrow”.

Ms. McGuire holds a BA in Psychology from the State University College of New York at Buffalo. She received her certification in Long Term Care Administration and Master’s of Science Degree in Health Services Administration from D’Youville College, serves as an Adjunct Professor at Hilbert College, teaching in the Master’s of Public Health Program.

She is an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Healthcare Executive Forum of Western New York, Society of Human Resource Management: Local, National and Global Chapters, She also is a member of the Western New York Healthcare Human Resources Association. She is an Advisory Board Member of Graduate Studies at Hilbert College, and an Advisory Board Member for the Community Health Worker Network of Buffalo.

3 Responses to About Us

  1. Brad Bechard says:

    Dr. Stall, I am a 3rd year Law Student and Masters candidate at Marquette University and I am doing research on certain elder care issues. Specifically, I am interested in the middle aged children of the elder persons whom they are looking to provide care for. Would there be any way that I could reach you and possibly ask you some questions about your experience in the field? Thank you in advance. Brad Bechard

  2. We are excited to announce that the Clarence and Akron/Newstead Senior Centers will be hosting our annual Senior Health and Fitness Fair on Wednesday, May 20th 2015 from 10:00 am-2:00 pm at the Clarence Senior Center and would like to invite your organization to participate.

    Our goals for this event are to increase visibility of health / wellness and other important resources available to seniors in our communities, foster personal health awareness of participants, provide a variety of health screenings and educational materials, and to motivate participants to make positive health and fitness behavior changes.

    We anticipate over 250 seniors or their caregivers will have the opportunity to visit your booth to learn about your products or services. In addition to providing each vendor with a six foot table and two chairs, you will receive complimentary lunches for two of your representatives.

    Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the Senior Health and Fitness Fair. You can contact me by phone or by e-mail. We look forward to your participation.

    Thank you for your time and consideration.

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