Many long-term care providers pursuing new construction, survey finds
Around half of long-term care leaders said they were “extremely likely” to pursue new construction in 2016, according to a new survey from Lancaster Pollard.
Out of 295 respondents, 19% indicated they are “somewhat likely,” resulting in a total of 70% who will likely pursue a new construction project this year.
Sixty-one percent of respondents said they believe the Alzheimer's/memory market will experience the most growth in the coming year. Twenty-five percent of organizations surveyed said they have participated in an accountable care organization.
Full results can be seen here.