For-profits and not-for-profits can and should work together to tackle some of senior housing’s biggest challenges.
There is no perhaps no organization that exemplifies that concept better than Englewood, Colorado-based Christian Living Communities (CLC) and its for-profit management arm, Cappella Living Solutions. Both organizations are growing and finding new ways to stay one step ahead of potential disruptors, CEO Terry Rogers told us in this episode of the Senior Housing News podcast, Transform, sponsored by PointClickCare.
This year, CLC made headway on several innovative initiatives, including its participation in Medicare Advantage group The Perennial Consortium and in its efforts to create a development of small homes in partnership with Bill Thomas’ Minka.
In this episode, learn about:
— CLC’s plans to optimize and grow its owned and managed senior living portfolios
— How nonprofits can compete with and partner with for-profit providers
— Plans to build a small-home community with Minka
— Progress on the Perennial Consortium
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