NIC Notes

Insights in Seniors Housing & Care

Market Trends  |  NIC MAP Vision  |  Senior Housing

NIC SHARK Series: Promising Outlook for Senior Housing with a Call to Action

By: Omar Zahraoui  |  April 11, 2024

NIC SHARK Series: First Segment Report NIC Analytics launched the first segment of the new NIC Senior Housing Analyst Review and OutlooK (SHARK) report series. The NIC SHARK report series is intended to deliver actionable, data-informed insights, and forward-looking perspectives for senior housing capital providers, operators, and developers to prepare for the future and better serve America’s older adults.

NIC Spring Conference  |  Regulatory Environment  |  Senior Housing  |  medicare  |  medicare advantage

Medicare’s Changing Priorities Open Opportunities for the Industry

By: NIC  |  April 11, 2024

Insights on senior housing and care from the agency’s top administrator. More data. More dialogue. That was the ask of the industry by the director of the Medicare program during a candid discussion at the 2024 NIC Spring Conference in Dallas.

Active Adult  |  Baby Boomers  |  NIC Spring Conference

How to Succeed in the Growing Active Adult Rental Market

By: NIC  |  April 11, 2024

Two developers share lessons learned. As the active adult rental segment attracts more investors amid a quickly growing pool of potential customers, a highly interactive session at the 2024 NIC Spring Conference took a deep dive into the product type. Two broad-reaching case studies of successful strategies were highlighted. The audience was also polled throughout the discussion for their input.

Business Environment  |  Ideas and Discussion  |  Senior Housing

Unlocking Success: Navigating the Operator-Owner Relationship

By: Morgan Graphman, Director of Business Intelligence, Ascent Living Communities  |  April 11, 2024

In the dynamic world of senior living, the partnership between operators and owners holds the key to transforming ordinary buildings into vibrant, thriving communities. Operators are tasked with managing relationships with various owners, each with their unique needs, expectations, and strategic objectives. Conversely, owners oversee multiple operators, each bringing their distinct management styles, market insights, and operational approaches to the table.