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Insights in Seniors Housing & Care

By: NIC  |  May 15, 2019

Innovations that Work – NIC Lightning Talks Series

Seniors Housing  |  Skilled Nursing

During the upcoming 2019 NIC Fall Conference, the “Innovations that Work” session will share ideas on innovative technologies and tools that are changing the way operators and investors care for residents. Rapid-fire, seven-minute presentations on five key topics will address real-world examples of innovative solutions to some of the most pressing challenges in the industry today.  

The session will include six speakers – each covering a solution to a key problem facing seniors housing and skilled nursing today.  Have you faced a challenging issue and used some type of innovation to solve it? If so, we would like to hear from you.  We are looking for solutions to problems that: 

  • Are deployed (i.e. not hypothetical) 
  • Have data showing the benefit associated with the soluti8on that can be shared 
  • Have an operator willing to speak about their experience with the solution 
  • Are innovative – approaches, systems, or solutions not familiar to >~ 80% of operators 

We are looking for your best solutions to help shape the thoughts and strategies that will influence industry peers. Ideally, those impacted by the problem will introduce a solution to fix the problem that shines a light on innovative thinking. This forum is not the place for canned sales pitches! NIC is specifically interested in your real-life experiences building on what’s worked in your partnerships to bring solutions to problems. 

Ready to start your proposal submission? CLICK HERE for more information 

About NIC

For nearly 25 years, the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC) has been committed to advancing the quality and availability of seniors housing and care options for America's elders — the demographic cohort of age 75-plus totaling 19.2 million and a sector with a market value of approximately $330 billion — through research, education and increased transparency that facilitate informed investment decisions, quality outcomes and leadership development in seniors housing and care.

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