2017 Fall Conference

 

Schedule at a Glance     Sessions     Networking Opportunities

 

“A terrific opportunity to hear from industry experts who will come together and talk about where we are today and where we’re going tomorrow.”

The NIC Fall Conference is the seniors housing and care industry’s premier networking and educational event attracting more than 2,000 industry stakeholders. 70% of attendees are C-suite executives from major seniors housing, skilled nursing, and post-acute care providers as well as health care REITs, private equity firms, national and regional banks. This 3-day experience offers unparalleled opportunity for networking, making new connections and deal-making.

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| PROGRAMMING |

Operators and investors within the seniors housing and care sector are facing a number of pressing market conditions—from increasing competition and ongoing construction, to labor challenges and uncertainty due to policy and regulatory changes. This year’s program will focus on the present market conditions operators and investors are facing and the trends, disruptions, and innovations that will shape senior living in the future.

Pre-Conference Workshop—Seniors Housing Boot Camp

Interactive 2.5 hour workshop designed for new (1-3 years in the seniors housing industry) capital providers, analysts and developers.

 General Sessions

Discussion on the pervasive impact longevity is having on the development of property infrastructure, capital funding, and new medical treatments; Live debate on the new Administration’s economic policies and their impact on economic growth.

Concurrent Sessions

Panel discussions on the capitals market, economic and industry trends

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NIC Talks

A series of individual 12-minute, insightful, thought-provoking talks on the future of aging.

Featured Session

A Special Session on the future demand for Alzheimer’s Care.


| FEATURED SPEAKERS |


 

| 2016 FALL CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS |

Last year’s conference program was focused on how owners, operators, and capital providers are adapting and responding to the sweeping changes reshaping seniors housing and care in America. Take a closer look at the discussions that took place.