NIC MAP Data | NIC MAP Vision | Skilled Nursing | medicaid | medicare | occupancy
By: Bill Kauffman | March 02, 2023
NIC MAP Vision released its latest Skilled Nursing Monthly Report on March 2, 2023. The report includes key monthly data points from January 2012 through December 2022.
Ideas and Discussion | Senior Housing
By: Ryan Brooks | March 01, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating for older adults in the U.S., particularly those with existing chronic medical conditions and complex health care needs. Many of the individuals most impacted by COVID-19 reside in nursing homes, a setting that accounted for at least 25% of all COVID-19 deaths. This setting is often conflated with senior housing, even though they are distinct care settings and serve different, although at times overlapping, populations.
Active Adult | Market Trends | NIC MAP Vision | Senior Housing
By: Caroline Clapp | February 28, 2023
Active adult rental properties serve older Americans who wish to live in a multifamily setting with other residents who generally are more independent and active than the residents in today’s senior housing offerings. NIC MAP Vision recently released inventory data for active adult for the fourth quarter of 2022. The analysis presented in this blog post aggregates the inventory and demographics of these active adult communities by market; calculates penetration rates within each market; and identifies where the largest concentration of inventory is located. Note that this analysis simply evaluates the supply side of the active adult market given the availability of inventory data. NIC MAP Vision is scheduled to release performance data such as occupancy and rents later in 2023, which should provide further insight into active adult demand.
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).