NIC Notes

Insights in Seniors Housing & Care

Active Adult  |  AgeTech  |  Capital for Operations  |  Partnering for Health  |  middle market

Focus Area Committees Aim to “Expand the Tent”

By: Ray Braun  |  May 14, 2024

NIC’s Strategic Plan included objectives to “’expand the tent’ into five Focus Areas – selected by the NIC Board because of their increasing impact on the senior housing and care industry and the benefit of integrating subject matter expertise into the NIC ecosystem of offerings.

AgeTech  |  Senior Housing  |  healthcare  |  medicare

Big Retail Healthcare Strategies and the Implications for the Senior Housing and Care Sector

By: NIC  |  April 25, 2024

What do Amazon, Kroger, Walmart, and Best Buy have in common besides being big retailers? The somewhat surprising answer is that they are all jumping into the healthcare business joining other retailers such as Walgreens and CVS that have a more obvious connection to the space.

AgeTech  |  NIC Spring Conference  |  Senior Housing

Tech-Enhanced Senior Living: Insights from the 2024 NIC Spring Conference

By: Serena Lipton, MMH  |  March 28, 2024

The 2024 NIC Spring Conference saw a dynamic convergence of senior living operators and technology companies at the Innovation Lab, "Enhancing Health Outcomes Through Innovation: Tech-Enhanced Senior Living." Led by Moderator Abby Miller Levy, Managing Partner & Co-Founder of Primetime Partners and vice chair of NIC’s AgeTech Committee, and featuring panelists Amy Silva-Magalhaes, COO of The Bristal Assisted Living, and Greg Furst, Technology M&A Strategy Consultant at Omega Healthcare Investors, the session aimed to explore the transformative potential of technology in senior living.


AgeTech: Transforming Senior Living with Innovative Solutions

By: Joelle Poe  |  March 14, 2024

AgeTech, as it is defined, is the dynamic integration of technology that is tailored to meet the unique needs of our seniors. It is also reshaping the senior housing industry as we know it. A tech-infused approach is not only enhancing the overall well-being of our residents but is also addressing the challenges faced by caregivers and communities that provide services for our aging population.