Technology is a necessary aspect of senior living communities, but some leaders in the industry are going beyond must-haves to tech’s new frontiers—and trying to solve some of the dilemmas that arise from a more wired community…Read More »
Senior living has an employee engagement problem. In fact, it seems as though most senior living communities struggle to get at least half of their employees engaged. Among all senior living employees, administrative staff have the highest level of engagement—but it’s only at 55%, according…Read More »
Whether it’s hiring executive chefs from the Ritz Carlton or serving different flavors of gelato for 365 days straight, providers are getting big on dining. In today’s market, providers are delivering a dining experience previously found only at five-star restaurants. Original research and good-enough-to-eat photography provide an inside look at how top providers are doing dining. Boost your senior living dining program to the next level—Bon Appétit! Buy The Report.
Last month, we invited all of our daily email subscribers to create their own March Madness brackets and to submit them in competition against other Senior Housing News readers. Many brackets perished due to unexpected upsets resulting in office celebrations and gloating certainly endured nationwide…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.
CBRE National Senior Housing Vice Chairman Aron Will recently arranged financing on behalf of an institutional sponsor for Peninsula Del Rey, a 207-unit, independent living, assisted living and age-restricted community in Daly City, California. CBRE helped…Read More »
It’s clear senior living has jumped on the technology bandwagon, but can all of the innovative tools bring a low-performing operator to the top? Some industry leaders think not. Speaking last week at the Senior Housing News Summit in Washington, D.C., t
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