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"Rather than building their own healthcare capabilities, many operators will partner on care coordination to unlock value."
Housing and Healthcare Blog
Weekly insights, interviews, news, and opinions on healthcare and seniors housing.
Authors’ views are their own and do not reflect the views of NIC.
In our previous blog we described the $1 Trillion opportunity dangling in front of us. Hopefully you asked “how do we participate?” In our next three blogs, we describe: the care model, the partnerships, and the defined payments we think are fundamental to success....
Since its founding in 1991, NIC has seen numerous market changes, recessions, regulatory upheavals, and policy shifts. Today, the seniors housing and care sector is facing another major disruption, brought about by several factors at once. Our healthcare system is moving from a fee-for-service payment and delivery model to a value-based system.
We believe that our industry has a $1 trillion bill being waved in front of it, and nobody is batting an eyelash. Let us explain…and then let’s figure out how we can reverse the trend.
Drawing over 1,500 owners, operators, capital providers, and other seniors housing & care stakeholders, the upcoming NIC Spring Conference has established itself as a must-attend event for decision makers across the sector. To miss it is to pass up a...
The 2019 NIC Spring Conference luncheon keynote talk will be delivered by bestselling author, consultant and futurist Ian Morrison. Morrison is an internationally known specialist in long-term forecasting and planning, with an emphasis on the changing...
“There's a huge opportunity for seniors housing to collaborate with home health.”
“Understand what metrics your hospital partners want.”
“Rather than building their own healthcare capabilities, many operators will partner on care coordination to unlock value.”
“Providers are teaming up to assure a seamless, high quality experience”
“If you are not talking the health plan's language, you will be commoditized.”
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