The U.S. health care system is changing in big ways, and senior living companies have much to contribute in the dawning era—but it hasn’t been easy for them so far. They have not been allowed to participate in some of the emerging models of care…Read More »
With some of the major real estate players making moves and taking shots at one another’s skilled nursing assets, one real estate investment trust (REIT) is standing its ground with its own skilled operators and continuing to increase its exposure in the space. Tennessee-based National…Read More »
SHN is bringing leading industry executives to provide insight into the most current trends and topics. The event will provide not only learning opportunities but a chance to network with over 200 senior living executives from the region and across the country. Purchase your ticket before they sell out and join the SHN community in Chicago on July 14 #CHISUMMIT2016.Register Today.
Imagine a brand new building that is constructed for today’s resident preferences, but also has all of the features that will be needed in five years. Senior living developers can’t foresee the future, but they are getting much…Read More »
The number of health care companies—senior living companies included—that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy jumped dramatically in the first quarter of 2016, hitting record post-recession levels. And it may get worse before it gets better, according to Jeremy Johnson, a restructuring attorney in the…Read More »
Experience is the name of the game when it comes to senior living dining, and The Clare, a 53-story high-rise continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood, spent millions of dollars to provide residents with ultimate dining experiences…Read More »
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