Operators who can make some adjustments and ride out the current regulatory and operating storm might not just survive, but thrive.
There are many factors that determine what can or must be done to ensure a facility can survive and ultimately thrive. These 11 questions help to indicate the stability and sustainability of a facility and its market.
Long-term-care facilities are one of the few economic bright spots for real estate investors. The fundamentals of the long-term care market — including the growing population of elderly people, a broader continuum of care and the need to better manage healthcare costs — will continue to positively impact this segment through the next several decades.