The educational programming topics at the recent 2022 NIC Spring Conference focused on the theme “A New Day” for the senior housing and care industry. Read below the opening remarks by Kurt Read, Chair of Board of Directors, NIC, and Principal, RSF Partners, in which he offered a glimpse into the new day, with opportunities awaiting in the sector.
Experts weigh in at 2022 NIC Spring Conference. Rebuilding occupancy is a top priority for the senior living industry. But the old roadmaps to success don’t necessarily apply in the wake of the pandemic and quickly changing market conditions. The labor shortage and shifting consumer preferences only make the task to fill units that much harder.
More than 1,700 attendees gathered at the 2022 NIC Spring Conference in Dallas last month, surpassing turnout expectations as participants expressed a bullish outlook for the senior housing and skilled nursing sectors after a few challenging years.
In the years ahead, millions of aging middle-income Americans will need a reasonably priced housing and care option. But innovative ideas are vital to solve the issue of affordability. Cutting-edge strategies for the senior housing middle market will be shared by the industry’s top leaders and stakeholders at a session during the 2022 NIC Spring Conference in Dallas (March 23-25.)