How medical CRM can bring more patients to LTC facilities
Aug 30, 2022
Although around 70% of adults in the US will end up needing long-term care, only 40% have purchased LTC insurance or are planning to, according to a SeniorLiving.org survey. One of the reasons for this...
As COVID carnage may cool, expect the heat on nursing homes to rise
James M. Berklan
May 19, 2022
You can have big trouble at the doorstep and not be able to do anything about it if you’re not paying close enough attention.
Inflation could stunt hot M&A market in 2022
Jan 13, 2022
With occupancy and financial pressures mounting, nearly a third of long-term care executives are considering selling skilled assets in 2022 — making it likely this year will be another very busy deal-making...
Talking M&A and ‘client’s choice’ with skilled nursing experts
Nov 16, 2021
Today’s sellers have plenty of options. Here, Laca Wong-Hammond, managing director and head of mergers and acquisitions for Lument, and Brandon Gill, the firm’s associate director for seniors’...
Apr 05, 2018
“It’s! a! great! day! at Generic Storage Place! (not its real name)” he exuberated. “How can I help you!?!” I thought it was probably a one-time sales charade, but he turned...
What’s a nursing home operator to do? Make adjustments!
Mar 26, 2018
Operators who can make some adjustments and ride out the current regulatory and operating storm might not just survive, but thrive.
How providers should respond to online complainers
James M. Berklan
Oct 21, 2015
Many things about aging and long-term care are “givens.” At the top of the list: People grow older, become less healthy and, sooner or later, die. Pretty tough circumstances to try to build...
Podewitz appointed as VP of sales and marketing for Elder Care Alliance
Aug 19, 2014
Julie Podewitz has been appointed as vice president of sales and marketing for Elder Care Alliance, a nonprofit, integrated system of assisted living and memory care community in the San Francisco Bay...