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Weekly Update: High-Tech Affordability, Shopping Mall Opportunity

                       
                       
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When it comes to technology, the senior housing industry is often considered "behind the curve” — but several companies Senior Housing News spoke with this week seem set on correcting that stereotype.

Asbury Communities’ new corporate headquarters, for instance, is modern in about every way. Benchmark Senior Living just rolled out a fresh assisted living model that’s both affordable and high-tech. And Heritage Senior Living is planning to spend $500,000 on software systems alone.

SHN also explored this week whether senior housing communities could ultimately replace brick-and-mortar shopping malls. An expert we spoke with certainly believes they can.

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Mary Kate Nelson, Assistant Editor

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Senior living providers are scrambling to create a product that’s at once affordable, desirable and high-tech. Remarkably, a new Benchmark community claims to check all of those boxes.

 

Asbury Communities is one of the largest non-profit senior living companies in the United States, and its CEO does not have an office. In fact, none of the workers have an office.

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Assisted living providers who facilitate communication between paramedics and primary care physicians can prevent a trip to the hospital for many of their residents who fall.

 

In a 3-2 vote on Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission reversed “net neutrality” rules that had been in place since 2015. The change could theoretically affect senior care providers.

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