One of the most talked-about sessions at the recent 2019 NIC Spring Conference was the “Boomer Hackathon,” in which three teams – and those in attendance – brainstormed innovations in seniors housing appropriate for incoming Baby Boomers. A standing-room-only crowd participated in the event, forming small groups to attack the same problem as three teams of experts, […]
It’s the day after Christmas—a time when so many of us are taking a reprieve to enjoy family and friends. Some of us have loved ones who are living in the communities in which we operate, invest and provide services. We are all dedicated to providing an environment where residents, and often our family members, […]
As 2018 continues to unfold, construction pipelines are expected to remain full. Near-record low occupancy levels in assisted living will remain tested, while occupancy pressures will grow in independent living as well. In markets today with an unfavorable supply/demand imbalance, growing demand penetration rates could help offset supply pressures. So, how can operators grow their […]
The aging of the U.S. population has many implications, including: the potential negative effects on the growth of the economy; the fiscal impact on the federal government’s entitlement programs; and the impact on housing and care provision for seniors.
The skilled nursing industry has undergone transformation. Today, it continues to evolve.