With the fate of the American Health Care Act hanging in the balance, former Senate Majority Leaders Bill Frist (R-TN) and Tom Daschle (D-SD) offered their take on what the future might hold for the senior housing and care industry…Read More »
Although the senior housing industry has characteristically been behind the times when it comes to technology adoption, providers shouldn’t necessarily rush to catch up. In fact, now that tech is catching on, providers should beware of going overboard. Technology startups targeting seniors are popping up all over…Read More »
As healthcare records become an appealing target for hackers, cybersecurity is becoming more and more important. Recently recognized by Forbes as one of the top private companies leading cloud computing in 2016, Yardi is committed to keeping client data safe. The Yardi Senior Living Suite employs the best security measures available in the industry, including guaranteed data recovery, data encryption and around-the-clock monitoring of server operation. Learn More.
The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing and Care (NIC) has engaged a research group to commence a major study into the middle market for senior housing. Details on the study will be made public in the coming weeks, NIC Founder and CEO Bob Kramer told conference attendees during the NIC Spring Investment Conference in San Diego on Thursday.…Read More »
Previous studies show that older adults with positive perceptions of aging enjoy better health and longer lives. Our latest research report shares one method that can enhance these positive perceptions, plus ways to incorporate the practice into activities in senior living communities. Download the free report!
Dining drives senior living satisfaction—there’s no question about it. Senior Housing News presents two distinct research reports focused entirely on dining in senior living chock full of tips and tricks you need to bring senior living dining—and your business—to the next level. The Senior Living…Read More »
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