How Data Differentiates Good from Great Senior Living Providers

This article is part of your SHN+ membership The need to improve operations is driving all that senior living operators do as they pivot to the offensive.  One big pressure point is the need to do more with less. In 2024, operators are living that mantra in a variety of ways, from maintaining staffing expenditures […]

Movers and Shakers: Invesque Announces C-Suite Changes; New Argentum Board Chair

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Transactions and Financings: New Argentum, AlphaROC Partnership; Benchmark Adds Conn. Community

Partnerships Argentum, AlphaROC announce strategic partnership Senior living trade association Argentum and data science company AlphaROC have announced a strategic partnership to “reimagine” market research with the platform Occam. According to a press release, the Occam platform will be launched for Argentum members and allow them to get “faster and easier access to public opinions,” […]

Gardant Co-President, Industry Associations Call for Better Public-Private Collaboration in Senate Hearing

Closer collaboration between the government and private-pay senior living operators are needed to maintain assisted living quality and affordability in the years to come. That’s according to Gardant Management Solutions Co-president and COO Julie Simpkins, who spoke Thursday at a U.S. Senate hearing spurred by the Washington Post’s series of articles highlighting elopements and staffing […]

Number of Senior Living Operators With DEI Programs Grows, But ‘More Work Ahead’

More owners and operators of senior living communities are “leaning in” to programs on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging than in previous years – but there is still lots for the industry to do in that regard. For one, senior living companies must “move beyond the focus of just recruiting diverse talent.” That’s according to […]

Senior Living Innovator Carle: Safety of Assisted Living Versus At-Home Memory Care Must Be Weighed in Light of WaPo Reports

A recent Washington Post investigation highlighting elopements among residents with memory care needs may be missing the forest for the trees, including the relative safety of communal living versus people with dementia residing in single-family homes. That is the opinion of Andrew Carle, a longtime senior living innovator, adjunct lecturer at Georgetown University and former […]