Senior dining reviews can offer valuable insight into your program and operations, and navigating them comes with its own unique set of guidelines and challenges.
To rein in today’s rampant enthusiasm, avoid a potentially disastrous overbuilding scenario and the potential for rising loan defaults, industry players should consider four points.
The significant shift in demographics, combined with increasing lifespans and an already challenging staffing environment, represents a perfect storm for healthcare organizations in general — and geriatric-specific entities in particular.
Senior living operators must find creative solutions for recruiting and retention so that they can continue to provide high-quality resident care and services.
The typical sales calls in the field are not yielding the results they have in the past. Here are a few tips to support your sales efforts in your service area.
Today’s older-adult patients and residents no longer are averse to using mobile technology to help manage their personal health, which presents providers with the opportunity to offer digital solutions that streamline care and boost overall engagement and satisfaction.
It’s crucial to ensure that residents are able to stay in touch with family members and other loved ones and that staff members are able to do their jobs. A strong cell signal is critical.
Unsigned and poorly executed admissions documents can have a lasting and sometimes devastating effect on a senior living community.
When provided early enough for residents in assisted living facilities and nursing homes, hospice care can provide important benefits for the resident and facility operator alike.
I recently sat down for a discussion with Jim Reiker, senior vice president of finance and chief financial officer of Americare Senior Living, a nationwide senior living and skilled nursing organization.
For Medicare Advantage plans and risk-bearing entities to remain sustainable, they must adopt innovative quality and risk programs to meet the growing demand for effective risk, quality and care strategies, including value-based contracting and end-to-end solutions to optimize the opportunity.
Technology is supposed to make our lives better and easier, but not everyone is benefitting from its use.
Intelligent energy management can trim expenses, reduce energy waste, provide operational efficiency, boost revenue and improve the total resident experience.
When it comes to insurance and controlling the risks related to your community, there continue to be two traditional options: transfer risk or retain risk.
For senior living communities, security breaches can come in all shapes and sizes.
Executive directors and administrators must educate the residents in their care that water shortages are real, they may last for years and everyone must do his or her part to help supplies last.
WiFi is a hot topic in senior living and long-term care these days, often because it’s a major source of frustration. But it doesn’t have to be.
Staff and residents at an independent and assisted living community in Michigan are experiencing the benefits of bringing virtual reality to residents.
Fostering an authentic sense of community is the most important part of working in any aspect of the senior living industry, but it is especially true in sales.
Many senior living executive directors are unaware of the important role distributors play in keeping their communities open and operating effectively. Here’s what you need to know.