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Innovating Senior Care: Collaborating Across Care Silos to Create Value

It may be counterintuitive, but collaboration with enterprises outside the real estate sector such as chronic and transitional care management, homecare, and care management technology services could be the key to unlock added value for seniors housing and care organizations. New care delivery models for frail seniors are emerging that integrate health and supportive services […]

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Update to 2016 Property Sales Transactions Data

This post is a follow-up to last month’s transactions data blog post, providing updated data for the fourth quarter of 2016. Volume and Deals Closed Property sales transactions volume for seniors housing and care in 2016 registered $14.4 billion, with $7.8 billion in seniors housing and $6.6 billion in nursing care. Total annual volume was […]

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U.S. Economy Generated 227,000 Jobs in January 2017

In the first major release of employment conditions under the Trump Administration, the Labor Department reported on Friday that nonfarm payrolls increased by 227,000 positions in January, above the consensus 175,000 estimate. The change in total nonfarm payroll employment for November was revised down from 204,000 to 164,000, and the change for December was revised […]

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What’s the Story on Medicaid Block Grants?

In the executive order signed on his first day in office, President Trump instructed federal agencies to prepare to grant states more flexibility in managing their health care programs, possibly clearing the way for Medicaid block grants. How could block grants affect seniors housing and care? Medicaid Funding & Block Grants Medicaid is currently funded […]

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ACA Repeal and the Impact on Long-Term Care

Shortly after the U.S. presidential election, the Senate and House began the formal process of repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Then, within hours of his inauguration, President Donald Trump signed an executive order instructing all federal agencies “to minimize the unwarranted economic and regulatory burdens of the Act, and prepare to afford the States […]

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