Rise in nursing home costs ‘drastically’ affects middle class, but private pay remains strong in some markets … More than 7 million Americans unaware they have mild cognitive impairment … Shuttered...
Ventas $2.6 billion acquisition will create largest healthcare REIT
Jun 03, 2014
Real estate investment trust giant Ventas took a huge step in bolstering its private-pay assets on Monday, when it announced it would acquire American Realty Capital (ARC) Healthcare Trust for $2.6 billion...
Poll: Many believe that long-term care financing is mostly private pay
Oct 01, 2013
Many Americans mistakenly believe that long-term care in the United States is primarily paid for out-of-pocket, according to the latest poll to show how deeply people misunderstand this aspect of the healthcare...
Expansion of assisted living could hurt nursing homes’ bottom line, data suggests
May 25, 2012
Growth in assisted living occupancy rates could have a negative impact on nursing homes’ revenue, new research suggests.
Reverse mortgage borrowers are getting younger, report finds
Mar 15, 2012
The average age of homeowners now considering reverse mortgages has plunged in recent years with the collapse of the housing market, according to a new report.
Survey: Average cost of private nursing home room drops in 2008
Oct 29, 2008
The charge for a private nursing home room in 2008 dropped about a half percentage point over a year earlier, while the national average for a semi-private bed rose just 1.1%, according to a new national...
Survey: Assisted-living costs soar 13%, while nursing-home care rises 7% in two-year period
Aug 20, 2008
Assisted living facilities are charging an average of 13% more than two years ago, while nursing home operators have hiked prices 7% over the same time span, according to a new nationwide survey.
Report provides road map for LTC financing
Mar 19, 2008
A long-term care reference tool released Tuesday takes into account new market forces that are shaping the future of long-term care.