NIC Readies For National Skilled Nursing Investment Forum

The National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry (NIC) recently announced its key note speakers & break-out sessions for its upcoming investment-focused conference for owners, operators, investors, association leaders, and government representatives who have specific interest in the skilled nursing sector. The National Skilled Nursing Investment Forum, "Moving from Yesterday to Tomorrow: Capital and Reimbursement Strategies," will debut at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel, San Diego, Calif., on March 8-10, 2010, and is planned to become an annual event.  The event is being co-located with NIC’s 2010 Regional Symposium.

Some of the topics at the National Skilled Nursing Investment Forum will include:

  • Rehab/Renovate Case Studies
  • Healthcare Reform, Medicare Reimbursement Cuts and What They Mean for the Skilled Nursing Provider
  • Effective Strategies to Increase Revenue by Raising Acuity Levels
  • Emerging Trends – The Culture and Care Approach to Reinventing Your Facility


Attendees will also have multiple networking opportunities including an opening reception, coffee/networking breaks and a networking lounge. In addition, on March 9 a joint networking reception with the co-located 2010 NIC Regional Symposium also held that week will allow attendees to interact with key lenders and investors who are not only involved in the skilled nursing sector, but also interested in the private pay side of seniors housing and care.

The early bird registration rate for the 2010 NIC Regional Symposium is $1000 for general (non-operator) attendees; $1350 after January 15, 2010. The amount includes free admission to the 2010 National Skilled Nursing Investment Forum, which will be held beforehand on March 8-10 at the same location.  For operators, the early bird registration rate for the Symposium is $600; increasing to $750 after January 15. For an additional $350, operators may also attend the National Skilled Nursing Investment Forum.