Skilled nursing occupancy levels dropped by 41 basis points to 74.8% during the month of June as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic — a new record low, according to new data released by the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC).
Never perform after children or animals, the old show biz adage warns. The equivalent advice for this market might be to avoid replacing visionary leaders. For in both scenarios, there’s usually a tough act to follow. Brian Jurutka clearly violated the second admonition five years ago, when he succeeded Robert G. Kramer as president and CEO of the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has the “skilled nursing industry in a challenging state right now,” one expert noted after new data revealed occupancy at SNFs dropped to 78.9% by the end of April.
Seniors housing and care providers across a wider spectrum must start submitting data to increase transparency about the effects of coronavirus infections, says NIC CEO Brian Jurutka.
The National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry has officially released the second edition of the “NIC Investment Guide.”
Seniors housing has shown why it continues to be a solid investment, the head of the industry’s leading housing and care investment center said Thursday.
The National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing and Care Industry is holding its 22nd annual national conference Wednesday through Friday in Chicago. “Providing Value in an Evolving Landscape” brings top speakers, educational offerings and opportunities to consummate transactions to key players in the profession. Featured speakers will include highly respected political economist Robert J. Shiller and former Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Administrator Tom Scully.