The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to support access and choice for America’s seniors by providing data, analytics, and connections that bring together investors and providers.
Ideas and Discussion | Senior Housing | Workforce
By: NIC | February 23, 2023
Mullen and Colson Scholars Lead the Way With an assist from NIC, universities and colleges are ramping up their senior living programs helping to build a robust pipeline of new, committed industry leaders. Take, for example, Rebecca Bond. She’ll graduate this spring with a master’s degree in Management of Aging Services from the Erickson School of Aging Studies at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC).
Active Adult | Ideas and Discussion | NIC Spring Conference | NIC conference
By: NIC | February 17, 2023
“The topics that are explored and discussed at great length have been very relevant. They allow me to think deeper, pose more questions, but also find other like-mind people who are in the same situations.”
Ideas and Discussion | Market Trends | NIC Spring Conference | NIC conference | medicare
By: NIC | February 09, 2023
2023 NIC Spring Conference Preview Forget trying to design the perfect healthcare partnership. Now’s the time to stop talking and start doing, according to Dr. Sachin Jain, CEO of SCAN Group and SCAN Health Plan, one of the nation’s largest and fastest growing not-for-profit Medicare Advantage plans.
Ideas and Discussion | Market Trends | NIC Fall Conference | NIC conference | healthcare
By: NIC | February 02, 2023
Older adults choosing where they live is becoming increasingly dependent on how they want to live. Baby Boomers are determined to live with a sense of greater purpose—connected to their personal interests and those of the community around them. As part of that greater purpose, this generation is prioritizing their health and well-being. Senior housing has a significant role to play now, and in the future, to help deliver the value that residents demand.