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Ideas and Discussion  |  Market Trends  |  NIC MAP Vision  |  NIC Spring Conference

Data Town Hall Gives Voice to Stakeholders

By: NIC  |  April 28, 2023

New ways to advance transparency discussed at 2023 NIC Spring Conference.  Robust data and transparency continue to fuel the growth of the senior housing and care industry. Stakeholders rely on solid information to make big decisions. No one can afford guesswork.  

Ideas and Discussion  |  Workforce

NIC’s Kramer Honored with Career Achievement Award

By: NIC  |  April 06, 2023

Big industry awards ceremony draws former NIC board chairs and leaders.

Capital for Operations  |  Ideas and Discussion  |  Industry Thought Leaders Series  |  Senior Housing

Expanding our Limitations with Cultural Clarity, a Key to Quality

By: Fee Stubblefield  |  March 23, 2023

This article is the first in NIC’s Industry Thought Leaders Series, bringing insights from leaders in the field to NIC Notes readers.   When I walk the halls of the NIC Conference, I see ghosts. Memories of big personalities of past large company operators are still clear in my mind. Most of those fast growth companies are gone now, but do we have clarity about the lessons they provide?

Ideas and Discussion  |  Senior Housing

Are Seniors Better Together? The Effect of Housing Status on Excess Mortality During COVID-19

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.