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54% of middle-income seniors could need housing, care help by 2029, NIC-funded study finds

Fifty-four percent of the 14.4 million middle-income older adults in 2029 in the United States will lack the financial resources to pay for senior housing and care, and a combination of public and private efforts will be needed to address the looming crisis, projects a study funded by the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care and published online today by Health Affairs. Two people associated with the research shared insights with McKnight’s Senior Living.

Remembering the middle market

Mark your calendars. A release date for the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care’s highly anticipated middle-market study has been announced.

NIC: Labor issues critical to senior living market assessment

Labor issues are critical considerations for senior living operators and developers when assessing markets, National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care Chief Economist Beth Burnham Mace told those attending an educational session on the final day of the organization’s Spring Conference.

Yardi joins NIC’s Seniors Housing Actual Rates Initiative

Yardi Voyager now will include a button by which users can send data, aggregated for anonymity, to the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care for its Seniors Housing Actual Rates Initiative, the entities announced Tuesday.

Where CCRC occupancy is highest, lowest

A new analysis from the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care details the regions where continuing care retirement communities have the highest overall occupancy and how the care segments within the communities perform.
Steve Liesman (left), Gary D. Cohn at NIC 2018

Economist’s solution for Medicare, Medicaid funding woes? Term limits

Imposing term limits on elected officials would help solve funding issues for Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security, Gary D. Cohn, former director of the National Economic Council in the Trump administration, told those attending Thursday’s opening general session of the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care Fall Conference.