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COVID-19  |  Seniors Housing  |  healthcare  |  telehealth

Pandemic Bolsters Long-Term Healthcare Trends

By: NIC  |  May 21, 2020

Healthcare trends emerging prior to the pandemic are now expected to accelerate as the impact of the disease outbreak unfolds.

COVID-19  |  Seniors Housing  |  Skilled Nursing  |  telehealth

Telehealth Embraced as a Result of COVID-19 Pandemic

By: Ryan Brooks  |  May 15, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in an era of unprecedented change in the world’s healthcare landscape.  Some of these changes may be temporary – lasting only until a vaccine or widespread testing is available – but others will have secured their place with consumers and will become permanently woven into the fabric of the healthcare system. There is an increased sense of uneasiness in visiting medical office buildings, urgent care sites, and hospitals, especially for routine checkups and minor ailments. Despite this apprehension, the level of care needed to support the United States’ population has not subsided.

In-home care  |  Seniors Housing  |  caregiving  |  healthcare  |  home care  |  home health  |  senior housing  |  telehealth  |  telemedicine

Headlines Increasingly Reflect Innovations and Partnerships Likely to Impact Seniors Housing

By: NIC  |  November 12, 2019

As many visitors to www.seniorcare.nic.org already know, NIC has been curating links to news articles relevant to the new partnerships, innovations, and business deals that are reshaping America’s seniors housing and healthcare landscape. We’ve posted over 150 articles so far this year, from a wide variety of outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, NPR, Forbes, The Boston Globe, every seniors housing and care sector journal, several medical journals, and a growing number of healthcare industry outlets, such as Modern Healthcare, Fierce Healthcare, and Home Health Care News, among others.

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