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Welltower's Top Priorities, CCRC vs. Life Plan Community

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April 11, 2016

Welltower CEO: Health Care, Tech, and the Future of Senior Housing

Thomas J. DeRosa took the helm of Welltower Inc. (NYSE: HCN) (then Health Care REIT) two years ago and has since led the company through a rebranding. As one of the “Big Three” health care REITs, Welltower is hyper-focused on the operations behind its properties. At the same time, the company is facing forward toward the future of health care, including the use of technology.…Read More »

[Sponsored] Senior Housing Expo Returns to Colorado

With one of the most promising segments for senior living, Colorado is quickly becoming a hotbed for senior housing development, according to industry data. As more baby boomers enter retirement, the national interest in the senior living space continues to grow in the Colorado region…Read More »

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‘Life Plan Community’ Versus ‘CCRC’ Debate Lives On

Months after the introduction of the phrase life plan community as an alternative to the traditional continuing care retirement community (CCRC) terminology, it seems there’s still sharp industry disagreement over which is the term of choice. The name change followed a two-year process spearheaded by LeadingAge…Read More »

Webinar: Case Studies in Senior Living Tech Innovation

Senior living operators are sitting on the precipice of unprecedented changes within the industry, resulting from the massive demographic shift that is set to take place by 2020. Are you prepared? Have you considered the value an integrated electronic health record (EHR) platform will have…Read More »

Editor’s Picks: Ventas’ Debra Cafaro for The Leadership Series 

This week, the Senior Housing News team assembled in Washington, D.C. for SHN’s annual summit with industry folks. But our readers need not worry—our editorial elite in the newsroom covered the latest happenings from around the industry, including the latest leadership change at Senior Lifestyle…Read More »

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