Kurt Read, Principal, RSF Partners
Each operator who contributes data to NIC on a monthly basis receives a benchmark comparison report, as well as access to two NIC MAP® webinars in 2019. All contributor data is confidential.
Valued Data for Skilled Nursing Investors and Operators
NIC has been helping to build transparency in seniors housing and care since 1991. As the sector is facing significant change with increased high-acuity residents and shifts to value-based care, it is critical that skilled nursing investors and operators also have access to data that are both timely and accurate. Given the insufficient data currently available, notably the outdated and cumbersome government-provided data, NIC’s skilled nursing data resources are invaluable to those investing in this increasingly important sector.
We are committed to continuing to enhance our data and analytics in the more fragmented skilled nursing sector to drive the transparency that ultimately enables informed investment decisions.
The Challenges of Securing Needed Capital for Skilled Nursing
NIC Quarterly Skilled Nursing Report
NIC has created a confidential skilled nursing database that provides key revenue and occupancy trends on skilled nursing properties to sector stakeholders, including operators and investors. The NIC Skilled Nursing Data Report features time-series data starting January 2012:
The current data report features time-series data starting January 2012 and reports are issued quarterly. The data in each report release should not be interpreted as a census survey for the skilled nursing properties within the United States, but only a representation of the property count and state count in each particular report.
We encourage skilled nursing operators to contribute to this initiative in order to expand the data set and reporting capabilities. Benefits of participation include:
Skilled Nursing Quality Metrics
Through NIC’s partnership with PointRight, NIC MAP® Data Service clients will have access to the following PointRight reports at both the metro and property levels:
[Skilled Nursing Team Lead]
Bill Kauffman, Senior Principal, NIC
Shop Talk: Challenges and Opportunities in Senior Housing by Bill Kauffman