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Skilled Nursing Occupancy Declined Slightly in November

By: Bill Kauffman  |  February 02, 2023

NIC MAP Vision released its latest Skilled Nursing Monthly Report on February 2, 2023. The report includes key monthly data points from January 2012 through November 2022.

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Delivering Value to Senior Living Residents Through Healthcare Collaboration

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.

Market Trends  |  NIC MAP Vision  |  Senior Housing

NIC MAP Vision 4Q22 Key Takeaways: Record Senior Housing Demand Drove Higher Occupancy

By: Caroline Clapp  |  January 26, 2023

NIC MAP Vision clients, with access to NIC MAP® data, attended a webinar in mid-January on key seniors housing data trends during the fourth quarter and full year 2022. Findings were presented by the NIC Analytics research team. Key takeaways included the following: 

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The Five “W’s” of Repositioning

By: NIC  |  January 25, 2023

Who, What, When, Where, Why. Those are the five basic questions vital to information gathering.   The so-called five “W’s” are also a good place for owners and operators to start as they consider how to reposition a property amid occupancy challenges, changing demographics and an aging building stock.   A panel of experts tackled the big questions on repositioning during an educational session at the 2022 NIC Fall Conference. The discussion, recapped below, was led by NIC Chief Economist Beth Mace.

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