NIC Notes

Insights in Seniors Housing & Care

Business Environment  |  COVID-19  |  Ideas and Discussion  |  Seniors Housing

How to Align Win-Win Incentives

By: NIC  |  January 11, 2022

  Senior Living investors and operators discuss innovative approaches. The pandemic has been a stress test like no other for owners, operators, and lenders alike. Lessons have been learned. But what’s the best way to align incentives among the stakeholders for success going forward?

Business Environment  |  Economic Trends  |  Ideas and Discussion  |  Seniors Housing

Meet the Decision-Makers, Make Connections

By: NIC  |  January 07, 2022

2022 NIC Spring Conference: Care & Housing for Older Adults | March 23-March 25, Omni Dallas Hotel As the sector enters a new era of delivering community and care to a growing -and aging- population of older adults, no other industry event offers the level of access to decision-makers, ideas, and connections that you need to be successful like you’ll find at the 2022 NIC Spring Conference. Senior housing and care executives represent ~70% of attendees who will be convening in Dallas this March to explore new models of community and care, build strategic partnerships and business opportunities as they shape a new era.

Ideas and Discussion  |  Seniors Housing  |  Skilled Nursing

SafelyYou Leverages AI to Reduce Falls & Costs: A Conversation with Tom Bang

By: NIC  |  December 07, 2021

Falls are a constant worry and costly problem for senior living owners and operators. The solution could be better fall management with artificial intelligence (AI). San Francisco-based SafelyYou has developed an AI-enabled fall management program to detect and prevent falls. The SafelyYou system has already been installed in more than 100 communities, with the backing of REITs, insurers, and healthcare payors.

Business Environment  |  Ideas and Discussion  |  NIC Fall Conference  |  NIC conference  |  Seniors Housing

The 2021 NIC Fall Conference Was a Home Run in Houston

By: NIC  |  November 12, 2021

With over 2,400 registrations, the year’s most important senior housing and care conference proved yet again to be a ‘can’t-miss’ event for industry leaders. Despite a lingering pandemic, and strictly observed safety protocols, including required proof of vaccination, as well as hundreds of cancelled flights nationwide, ‘the NIC’ made a triumphant return to in-person networking and thought leadership. Attendees, nearly 70% of whom are in senior executive roles, were, for the first time in 20 months, able to convene to build relationships, make deals, and share the latest data and insights, in person and face-to-face.

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