Mood of the Market Part 4: Skilled nursing operators still down about inflation
Sep 15, 2023
While the rate of inflation has cooled considerably this year, very few nursing home leaders are experiencing any relief, according to results of the 2023 McKnight’s Mood of the Market survey.
Rising costs squeeze employees, put facilities ‘years behind’: 2022 McKnight’s Mood of the Market
Aug 18, 2022
Nursing home administrators say inflation has most affected costs for nurses and other labor over the last year, but higher charges are also forcing many to close wings, restrict admissions and put off...
Long-term care: a bear or bull market?
Apr 18, 2022
When it comes to the long-term care market, is this a time to view it as bearish or bullish?
Renovations roll on through COVID-19
May 03, 2021
Here at Shaker Place Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, we had no idea when our $80 million renovation project began that we would soon need every resource our new facility provided to face obstacles imposed...
Part Two: Keeping construction projects on time and under budget
Sep 27, 2013
Every construction project has two phases: planning and building. Often not enough effort is put into the first before the second begins. By putting more time and consideration into organizing, senior...
Housing report offers bleak financing picture for seniors housing construction, organizations say
Sep 24, 2010
Construction activity has slowed significantly in the seniors housing sector, according to a report released Thursday. The findings mirror a general lack of capital for new construction, creators of the...
Seniors housing pipeline ’emptying out’ as construction slows, NIC says
Sep 30, 2009
Construction activity in the seniors housing and care sector has slowed significantly over the last two years, due largely to the overall economic recession, according to a new report. “The 2009...