NIC - McKnight's Long Term Care News


Elizabeth Newman

The secret to success sits in dining services

By the end of the day Tuesday, after a week full of educational sessions, it took a lot to break through the clutter in my brain. That moment happened when Kyle Henderson made a slightly throw-away comment about some providers “investing in chefs, paying them $70-, $80-, $90,000. That’s where we are seeing innovation in programming, because dining gives them a chance to impress three times a day.”

NIC coming to Chicago in October

Senior care operators are being urged not to miss attending the 2014 National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry Conference, which will be in Chicago from Oct. 1 to 3.

Beth Mace

Mace moves to NIC

Beth Burnham Mace has become the first Chief Economist at the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing and Care Industry. She also will be the Director of Capital Markets Outreach.

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