"Rather than building their own healthcare capabilities, many operators will partner on care coordination to unlock value."
Weekly insights and news to encourage partnerships among all of those in the care continuum.
Housing and Healthcare Blog
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Numerous recent headlines, many of which can be found here on the seniorcare.nic.org resources page, detail how real-world business decisions are increasingly driven by value-based care. NIC carefully curates and regularly updates a list of links to stories,...read more
Since launching in December of 2018, www.seniorcare.nic.org has steadily grown an audience, now numbering in the thousands. Each month, new readers find the blog, spending an average of almost two minutes on each visit, and hundreds have subscribed so that they can be...read more
What’s the best way to integrate healthcare services into seniors housing and care communities? Two basic approaches are emerging. Owners and operators are launching their own ancillary service lines, or they’re collaborating with established providers. And sometimes,...read more
By Kerin Zuger, Senior Vice President of Business Development and Strategic Partnerships, Right at Home In-Home Care and Assistance How do we learn to not just coexist, but also leverage each other’s approach and expertise to develop and implement a service delivery...read more
A different kind of investor has jumped into the seniors housing market. A big health system is now an equity partner in new developments—a sign that care collaboration is quickly moving into its next, and more deeply connected, phase. In the first deal of its...read more
“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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