Senior living providers know they should keep up with new technology trends, but it’s tough to know what to invest in and how to get more residents engaged with tech. One continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Atlanta has found an advantage in having tech…Read More »
Skilled nursing providers concerned over the federal government’s ban on arbitration agreements now have at least one reason for hope. A newly filed lawsuit seeks to overturn the ban and asks a judge to delay enforcement pending the outcome of the case. The Centers for…Read More »
Rising minimum wages, a drastic workforce shortage and increased competition for talent have long-term care executives across the country looking to offset skyrocketing labor costs. Read this free whitepaper for quick and effective staffing tips to control labor costs while meeting residents’ needs. Download these tips today!
Wearables and remote monitoring technology offer many clear benefits for seniors, their families and the communities and home health organizations that support their care. But there are many valid concerns to overcome: what if my seniors won’t wear a wearable? How do I keep their…Read More »
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Lean mortgage insurance program for senior housing may have finally hit a turning point after experiencing a few years of declining loan volumes. During the fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 2016, senior housing loan volume from…Read More »
A popular immigration program that helps finance senior housing projects was recently extended, but the means of the extension have been called into question—and one group even has filed a lawsuit asking for the program to be declared dead. Meanwhile, some experts on the program are…Read More »
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