NIC Notes

Insights in Seniors Housing & Care

COVID-19  |  Executive Survey Insights  |  Seniors Housing

Executive Survey Insights | Wave 22:  February 8 to February 21, 2021

By: Lana Peck  |  February 25, 2021

“Positive signals are palpable in Wave 22 results, which reveal upward shifts in organizations reporting acceleration in move-ins and occupancy increases across each of the care segments in the past 30 days. Data compiled in NIC’s Skilled Nursing COVID-19 Tracker clearly illustrates that COVID-19 cases in skilled nursing communities are now falling at a faster pace compared to the U.S. since the launch dates of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines in long-term care settings, and more organizations with memory care units and/or nursing care beds reported increases in occupancy than decreases since prior to the fall surge of the coronavirus. The Wave 23 survey, currently collecting data, will explore when operators expect their occupancy rates to return to pre-pandemic levels."

COVID-19  |  Skilled Nursing

New COVID-19 Cases in Skilled Nursing Continue Decline, Far Steeper than U.S. Overall Cases

By: Omar Zahraoui  |  February 23, 2021

Skilled nursing facilities could be curbing COVID-19 sooner than we thought. Sadly, the impact on bereaved families will last forever.

COVID-19  |  Skilled Nursing

Rate of New COVID-19 Infections in Skilled Nursing Facilities  Continues to Plummet*

By: Omar Zahraoui  |  February 17, 2021

The per-resident rate of new COVID-19 infections continues to plummet in skilled nursing facilities, with a two percentage point drop and a likely continued downward trend. “There is light at the end of the tunnel, and we don’t think it’s a train,” said a participant in a recent NIC Community Connector™ Meetup.

COVID-19  |  NIC Leadership Huddle  |  Seniors Housing

Fact or Fiction: Lending Markets During a Pandemic, and Beyond

By: NIC  |  February 12, 2021

Hundreds of investors, owners, operators, analysts, and other industry stakeholders attended the latest in NIC’s new series of Leadership Huddle events Wednesday. In the webinar portion of the event, which was sponsored by National Health Investors (NHI), they were treated to a virtual smorgasbord of insights and expert discussion around financing markets in seniors housing and care. Attendees who had opted to participate in the Zoom discussion breakout session that followed, continued the discussion, adding their own thoughts and experiences in small groups.