Virtual care technologies can help you address staffing shortages, pressures to enhance outcomes and a desire to reach older adults in their houses.
Assisted living operators that hope to compete for customers down the road need to change their business models and, in particular, ramp up offerings for more healthcare services.
Before investing in more marketing efforts, master the marketing mix by considering the mistakes committed by aging services organizations.
For developers, owners and operators looking to serve moderate- and middle-income retirees, new ideas in affordable senior and assisted living offer compelling lifestyle and care alternatives, while also filling a wide gap in market offerings.
Today, it's less of a matter of whether you'll have a data security breach and more of a matter of when. But if you take steps to mitigate the impact of a breach, then you can recover.
As aging services providers, it is our duty to help manage and mitigate the health and legal risks associated with resident alcohol and drug use.
As we continue to learn more about Alzheimer's disease and dementia, caregivers and assisted living facilities have been able to create increasingly sophisticated and tailored solutions to help improve the quality of life for residents.
"Creative disruption" in four key areas can help senior living communities address challenges related to changing resident expectations and labor shortages across disciplines.
Senior living operators are facing historic rates of turnover, decreasing revenues and increasing competition. One way to address these issues is to offer human resources and other programs for workers who are family caregivers.
These processes can help potential residents and their families make better-informed decisions about when is the right time for assisted living for themselves or their loved ones.