2017 Spring Investment Forum

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Seniors housing and care operators are being challenged to care for an increasing number of frail seniors within an evolving health care delivery and payment system. Along with these challenges are significant opportunities to collaborate with innovative care delivery and coordination organizations and bring in new capabilities to care for seniors, especially frail seniors.

The NIC Spring Investment Forum is an opportunity to:

  • Connect with 1,200+ investors and providers in seniors housing, skilled nursing, and healthcare
  • Network and identify potential partnerships and build strategic relationships
  • Explore strategies to demonstrate value to partners and payors

| DELIVER & DEMONSTRATE VALUE |

The opportunities for collaboration across the real estate and non-real estate-based care continuum—and the value they can create—will be a key focus of the Forum’s programming. Session topics will include:

  • Capturing Value — operational and financial opportunities some seniors housing and care operators and their investors are exploring beyond real estate transactions, including value-based care collaboration and new technology initiatives
  • Creating Successful Partnerships — partnership opportunities that create value for your organization, care partners, payors and those assuming risk, as well as for investors and seniors
  • Economic, Capital, & Policy Trends — the most recent economic, valuation, and supply and demand trends, and what NIC data is saying about the industry. Hear from former Senators Tom Daschle and Bill Frist as they discuss health care policy, the move to value-based care, entitlement reform, and tax policy

 

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| Unparrelled Networking Opportunities|

From the pre-conference network—Capital Connections—to spacious networking lounges and various receptions, the Forum offers ample opportunities and resources to connect in person with more decision makers in the sector than you’d be able to visit all year.

 
 2016 Spring Investment Forum Highlights