Why Healthcare Players Are Exploring Senior-Specific ERs

Hospital admissions have always been a major concern for senior living providers, but they are even more so today to communities that are serving an older, frailer population than in years past. With the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) tracking readmissions in some care settings and better systems in place today for measuring […]

Editor’s Picks: Dancing on The Ellen Show

This week, Senior Housing News readers wanted to know why universities are getting into senior housing, how to bring senior living marketing strategies up-to-speed, and what Brookdale is doing to become an industry leader in security and safety-related technology innovation. Here in the newsroom, we were happy to hear that a Brookdale resident danced on The […]

Why Universities are Getting into Senior Housing

Across the country, there are several examples of universities that have partnerships with senior housing communities. Take Newton, Mass.-based Lasell Village, located on the campus of Lasell College, or the University of Florida, which announced a partnership in 2014 with The Village in Gainesville, in Gainesville, Fla. The partnerships function in different ways and have different […]

Most Read: Why Senior Living Must Change Dramatically

In case you missed them… here are the top headlines grabbing Senior Housing News readers’ attention this week.  Why Senior Living Must Change ‘Dramatically’ by 2050—A demographic shift is coming, and America is not prepared for its housing needs. Such is the take of researcher Dr. Dilip Jeste of The University of California, San Diego, […]

Why Senior Living Must Change ‘Dramatically’ by 2050

Ideas abound about the future of senior living—what it will look like, where it will be located, and whether it will take the form of the traditional communities of the past. Certainly today’s innovators in senior living are interested not just in what works today, but what will work tomorrow on the forefront of senior […]