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Lisa Marsh Ryerson Previews Her NIC Talk: Imagining the New Old Age

For the 2018 NIC Fall Conference, the highly popular NIC Talks program returns with eight fresh speakers from beyond the seniors housing and care sector. As in previous years, the TED-style talks are designed to be insightful, highly relevant, and thought provoking – all in 12 minutes. This year’s speakers represent a wide range of talents and experience, all engaged
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NIC Spring Investment Forum Addresses Hot Industry Topics: Healthcare, Labor, Changing Markets

Focused on the themes of collaboration, innovation, and how to navigate current market realities, the 2018 NIC Spring Investment Forum drew nearly 1,800 attendees to the Omni Dallas Hotel last week. The busy three-day meeting provided a wide variety of networking opportunities, several NIC-hosted receptions, and 17 educational sessions. In the media briefing on Wednesday, Brian Jurutka, President and CEO…
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Conversations and Connections at the 2016 NIC Fall Conference

Registration is underway for the 2016 NIC Fall Conference, September 14–16 in downtown Washington, D.C. With full schedules of networking and programming for all three days, the conference will attract seniors housing and care leaders focused on shoring up connections and adding their voices to discussions central to the industry. Networking Connections Take Central Stage The conference offers attendees a…
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The Cost of Growing Old: Will Millennials Carry the Burden?

As America ages, the U.S. economy and its macro components—Social Security, Medicare, workforce, and taxation, to name a few—will be affected. Today federal spending on earned-benefit programs such as Social Security and Medicare accounts for nearly two-thirds of the total federal budget. These programs’ expenses crowd out discretionary spending for other high-priority societal needs, including education, infrastructure, and even defense…
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Boomers’ Return to Urbanism

The housing industry is being pulled in different directions, as two of the largest age cohorts of our time—millennials and boomers—compete for urban accommodations. While boomers control the vast majority of economic wealth in this country, millennial buyers now account for 36% of U.S. home purchases, compared with 34% of homes going to boomers, according to Dan DiClerico at the…
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