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Senior Housing

Industry Legacies: Parents Pass the Baton to the Next Generation – A Conversation with Patricia and Aron Will

By: Jason Zuccari  |  May 14, 2024

This article is the third in a series showcasing parent/child duos across the senior housing and care industry. My conversation with Patricia Will, Belmont Village Senior Living, and her son, Aron Will, CBRE Capital Markets, offers insights into why this is becoming a common trend.

Active Adult  |  AgeTech  |  Capital for Operations  |  Partnering for Health  |  middle market

Focus Area Committees Aim to “Expand the Tent”

By: Ray Braun  |  May 14, 2024

NIC’s Strategic Plan included objectives to “’expand the tent’ into five Focus Areas – selected by the NIC Board because of their increasing impact on the senior housing and care industry and the benefit of integrating subject matter expertise into the NIC ecosystem of offerings.

Regulatory Environment  |  Skilled Nursing  |  Workforce  |  staffing

Nursing Home Minimum Staffing Rule Finalized

By: Bill Kauffman  |  May 14, 2024

The White House recently announced the finalization of the nursing home minimum staffing rule. This will impact all skilled nursing properties that receive federal funding through Medicare and Medicaid. The proposed staffing rule has been the topic of many industry discussions since the White House released a comprehensive nursing home reform package in 2022.

Market Trends  |  NIC MAP Vision  |  Senior Housing  |  occupancy

The Sticky Nature of Senior Housing Penetration: A Challenging Puzzle to Solve

By: Omar Zahraoui  |  May 14, 2024

Key Takeaways Occupied penetration rates in senior housing are changing across markets, likely due to shifts in demand dynamics and migration patterns. There is a trend of demand