Providers Offer Tips for Easing Dining Workforce Pressures

Workforce stability in senior living dining services has recently been identified as an area of paramount concern, and providers dealing with the issue tout the importance of consistent leadership, training programs and growth opportunities in confronting it head on. Panelists chimed in Thursday to share their own experiences with workforce challenges and reflect on various […]

Senior Housing Investments & Transactions: SLIB Closes $78 Million Portfolio

SLIB Closes Sale of Four Washington Facilities for $78 Million Senior Living Investment Brokerage, Inc. (SLIB) has closed the sale of four Washington assisted living and independent living communities for a total of $78 million. The portfolio is a collection of four properties located in Seattle’s greater metropolitan area, totaling 368 units with approximately 354,083 […]

Why Senior Living Must Adapt to New Payment Programs

While the health system has been shifting away from its fee-for-service reimbursement model, alternative payment programs have accelerated coordination across the care spectrum, and senior living providers are becoming more involved. Bundled payment programs are among these new models that have been introduced over the past few years by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid […]

In the Pipeline: Senior Housing Construction Projects (9/24/15)

(Symphony of Dyer – photo courtesy of Mainstreet and Symphony Post Acute Network) Construction: Planned Methodist Retirement Communities Plans Texas Senior Living Community Methodist Retirement Communities recently announced plans for the development of a new independent, assisted living and memory care community in College Station, Texas. The not-for-profit organization anticipates a mid- to late-September closing […]