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Revera CEO's 'Magical Numbers,' Safest Cities for Senior Housing

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February 2, 2017

The Leadership Series: Revera President and CEO Thomas Wellner

Wellner: "Operators usually start where they can concentrate in a particular geography, and they might have one home, two homes, three homes, eight homes, 12 homes—there seems to be a magical number of 25 or 30, and then the wheels start to fall off the wagon, because you don’t have back-office processes, people or scalability"…Read More »

Safest, Most Affordable Cities for Senior Housing

When it comes to assessing public safety, future senior living residents aren’t necessarily experts. In fact, there are plenty of misconceptions among prospective senior living residents and their families about which U.S. cities are actually safe, according to A Place for Mom Data Scientist Ben…Read More »

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Employee Engagement: Your Key To Success in 2017

Engaging employees is the key to boosting performance, quality and profitability in senior living. In this new whitepaper from OnShift, you’ll find the tools you need to supercharge your employee engagement strategy. Make 2017 the “Year of the Employee” and build your best workforce ever! Download today.

Senior Housing Finance Activity: PointClickCare Raises $85 Million

PointClickCare Technologies announced on Wednesday that it has closed an $85 million financing round led by San Francisco-based public and private investment firm Dragoneer Investment Group. JMI Equity also participated in the round. PointClickCare, based in Mississauga…Read More »

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What does transparency mean to residents in Life Plan Communities?

Residents of Life Plan Communities today desire greater transparency from management and want to be engaged in key decisions. Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging is bringing transparency challenges into sharper focus with a new study. You can help by participating in a 10-minute online survey. Ultimately, we’ll provide strategies that address residents’ desire for transparency. Participants will receive a complimentary copy of the aggregate report. Access the survey.

Kindred, Genesis Form ‘Groundbreaking’ Post-Acute Collaboration

Two of the nation’s largest post-acute care providers are forging a “strategic clinical collaboration,” through which they intend to offer complementary, coordinated services. The relationship between Genesis HealthCare (NYSE: GEN) and Kindred Healthcare (NYSE: KND) is the first of its kind in the post-acute space…Read More »

3 Reasons For Optimism In Senior Housing Finance in 2017

Senior housing players have some reasons to be optimistic about financing looking toward the year ahead. The positive outlook stems from the Trump administration’s talk of deregulation, along with interest rate action and real estate investment trust (REIT) activity. Another outcome that may have an…


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