Senior living operators can look forward to growth in the coming years, largely at the expense of their skilled-care competitors. So suggests a new report that sizes up the seniors housing and care sector.
Omega Healthcare Investors counts among its strengths one of its senior living partners, CEO Taylor Pickett told those participating in an earnings call on Wednesday. But the REIT's portfolio continues to be dominated by skilled nursing.
Senior living sponsorship transitions have many key drivers. Providers can ask themselves certain questions to help determine whether affiliations, acquisitions or dispositions may be wise strategic alternatives.
To remain competitive in today's marketplace, the successful senior living community will offer choice — and plenty of it.
Back-to-back earnings calls Friday morning suggested a healthy future for senior living operators, as two large public healthcare real estate investment trusts relayed the growing place that senior living has in their portfolios.
For a variety of reasons, many senior living organizations are changing their names. A common idea underlies many of the moves, however.
Attorneys working in senior living discuss the benefits of pre-dispute arbitration agreements and share tips for operators creating or reworking theirs.
A new analysis showing that older adults can save money by residing in senior living communities rather than continuing to live in their homes may not surprise those in the industry, but most older adults and their families don't calculate costs accurately, according to a former analyst who crunched some numbers.
National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care Senior Principal Lana Peck revealed the areas of the country with the most new construction for independent living, assisted living and memory care at the organization's 2017 Spring Investment Forum in San Diego.
A new report from the Administration on Aging puts some numbers behind trends related to the increasing population of U.S. older adults and suggests opportunities for providers of seniors housing and care.
As evolving consumer preferences and payment models lead some developers and operators of nonprofit and for-profit senior living communities to reduce the number of skilled nursing beds in their offerings, they are looking for ways to repurpose and update space and build new communities to cater to a different type of resident. Baby boomer preferences are influencing their design decisions, according to three: living architecture.
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A film student in Germany surely has a bright professional future, but one of his recent projects doesn't do much to illuminate the senior living industry.
The senior living industry has been among the top industries for post-recession job creation, and employment in the industry continues to increase, although the overall rate of growth is slowing, according to a new report from Argentum.
I spent some time at a senior living community at the invitation of the Where You Live Matters campaign and realized that seemingly small things can add up to a memorable first impression for prospective residents. And those same things can factor into the resident and staff experience, too.
SeniorAdvisor.com has released its Best of 2017 Awards, honoring those operators that have received high marks on the Austin, TX-based online ratings and reviews site in 2016. See the companies, states and cities with the most winners.
One senior living organization changed its culture and has the return on investment to prove it.
The October issue of McKnight's Senior Living is now online.
New lists by Argentum name the largest overall senior living providers as well as the largest independent living, assisted living and memory care providers and the top markets for senior living.
Approximately 100 senior living CEOs, senior vice presidents, executive directors and other leaders, as well as Argentum staff members, are descending on the nation's capital Tuesday and Wednesday as part of the association's "fly-in."
A new survey of visitors to senior care-related websites reveals where older adults are living and, when they are residing in senior living communities, where they moved from. Survey results also detail the experiences of family caregivers.
Robert G. Kramer, founder and CEO of the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care, recently spoke with McKnight's about the current state and future prospects of independent living, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing, as well as trends in seniors housing.
Eleven people share what they believe is needed for senior living success in the future.
Here are some tips on how to craft a plan of correction response, effectively manage your time in a deadline-filled process and ultimately demonstrate that your community has achieved full compliance with the applicable regulations.
Predictions related to future demand for seniors housing may be overstated, especially in slower-growing markets, because analysts are not focusing on the correct audience, according to a new white paper.
A new collaboration between a senior living organization and a nursing school, launched with a $1.2 million gift, aims to improve the health of older adults, educate students about the elderly, and conduct research to benefit other retirement communities and educational programs focusing on issues related to aging.
If you are a senior living operator and your rents went up a bit last year, that's a good thing, right? As it turns out, the answer may not be so obvious.
Senior living operators should focus their efforts on two areas, says elder care policy expert Laura Katz Olson, Ph.D. And one is especially important.
Senior living operators that have defined their target populations and maintain that focus are more likely to avoid acuity creep challenges that can lead to trouble for their companies and make a bad name for the industry, according to four CEOs.
The biggest threats to nonprofit senior living providers, by far, are the regulatory environment and reimbursement changes, according to senior living leaders who completed the annual ZGES Survey of Industry Trends.