What can your organization do to deliver the best branded experience for residents and employees?
By Gregg Lederman, CEO, Brand Integrity
One stand-alone CCRC invites prospective residents to be their guest as part of larger resident-driven marketing efforts.
The merger of the two companies, which had worked as partners since May 2015, will bring new care coordination expertise to Primaris’ growing quality improvement resources.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has begun using the latest quality measure additions to calculate nursing homes’ five-star quality ratings on the Nursing Home Compare site.
The amount of time older adults spend shopping for senior housing depends on several key factors, including whether or not their family members help them, a new market data report shows.
The AMDA—Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine Population Health Workgroup has released new data on the long-term/post-acute care population and the types of care and supports needed, especially in nursing homes.
A Kansas retirement community turned the cameras on residents in a recreation of Justin Timberlake’s latest hit, “Can’t Stop the Feeling.”
By Erin Hayes, CIO, Enquire Solutions
A step-by-step approach to prospect leads can increase the chances of a productive visit—and a move-in.
The new system builds on the company's 25-year success with long-term care leads tracking and marketing solutions.
Got leads? Spending a bit more time time on each lead can matter more than the number of leads contacted, according to a new study.
Seniors can expect to pay $99 to $125 per month more for assisted living and memory care compared to 2014, especially in the Southern states.
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