It’s getting to be that time of year: The National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry will be holding its 22nd annual national conference this year at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers in Illinois from September 19-21.
NIC’s National Conference is a must-attend event that creates business opportunities, as owners and operators of seniors housing and nursing care properties get unmatched access to capital providers interested in the sector.
“Once again NIC’s National Conference is the place to be if you are a player in the seniors housing and care sector or if you’re attracted by the investment opportunity this fast growing industry presents,” says Robert Kramer, president of NIC.
The conference brings like-minded owners and investors together to discuss and close business deals, and will feature more than a dozen educational sessions and three general sessions with renowned industry leaders from the financial and seniors housing and care sector including:
- Noted Yale economist and co-creator of the S&P/Case-Shiller Index, Robert J. Shiller. He will provide an outlook on the economic factors that drive the demand for seniors housing and care, and for the capital markets supporting the continued growth of the sector
- Former CMS Administrator and current General Partner with Welsh, Carson, Anderson and Stowe (WCAS), Tom Scully will share his Washington insider perspective on the impacts of the Supreme Court decision, the upcoming national elections and the continued budget pressures on Medicare and Medicaid
Breakout sessions will include:
- How Private-Pay Seniors Housing Plays in the Post-Acute Care Continuum
- Financing New Construction and Redevelopment
- Private Equity- Current Capital Deployment Strategies for Seniors Housing
- Prognosis for the Housing Market and What It Means for Our Sector
- The Evolving Landscape and Need for Memory Care Services in Seniors Housing
- What Will the Growing Role of Managed Care in Medicaid and Medicare Mean for SNFs?
This is the event for those interested in:
- Learning why and when to invest in the seniors housing & care industry
- Positioning their organization for the new consumers – owner/operators will hear how to gain the competitive edge over others who are vying for the same, limited capital
- Understanding healthcare reform and its impact on the industry
- Obtaining the latest industry data and actionable market intelligence
- Networking and building relationships
Last year 78% of conference attendees expected to do a deal as a result of contacts and conversations made at the event. – 2011 NIC Annual Conference Attendee Survey.
Visit http://www.nic.org/events/conference/ for more information.