Seniors Housing Business

ASHA 2016

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AS H A 2016 ASHA 50 55 2016 JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa The exclusive 2017 Annual Meet- ing, January 30–February 1 at the JW Marriott Desert Springs will provide ASHA members a unique opportunity to interact with a diverse group of key Executives involved in the full spectrum of seniors housing. To learn more about attending this highly engaging event, visit www.seniorshousing.org ASHA Outdoor Group Activities: Golf & Guided Bike Ride The Annual Meeting kicks off on Monday afternoon with the Annual Golf Tournament, played at the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort on a championship course designed by legendary architect Ted Robinson. The course features 35 acres of sparkling streams, pristine lakes, and cascading waterfalls, along with pot bunkers and large, sweep- ing sand traps set against the Palm Desert. Non-golfers will be treated to a geological expedition on the 20-mile Earthquake Canyon Bike Tour that descends through the heart of the San Andreas Fault zone. The course takes riders from the transition zone between the Colorado and Mojave Desert, winds its way through the narrow canyon walls of Box Canyon and finishes with spectacular views of the Salton Sea, Mt. San Jacinto, the All-American Canal, and the agriculture of the eastern Coachella Valley. Federal Policy Update ASHA's longtime Chief Legis- lative Counsel, Randy Hardock, and Vice President of Government Affairs, Jeanne McGlynn Delgado, will provide an insightful update of key policy issues relevant to developers, owners, and operators of senior living communities. Areas of emphasis will include tax reform, labor policy, assisted living quality and oversight, prospects for GSE reform, and an analysis of what the November election results may mean for our profession. Capital Markets: 2017 A seasoned panel of investors will discuss the current and antic- ipated future state of the Capital Markets in this dynamic session that will examine both debt and equity sources for the senior living and long-term care market. Moderator Arnold Whitman, Chairman, Formation Capital, LLC, Alpharetta, GA Panelists Scott Brinker, Chief Investment Officer, Welltower Inc., Toledo, OH Dan Prosky, President & COO, Griffin-American Healthcare REIT III, Irvine, CA James Seymour, Senior Managing Director, Capital One Healthcare, Chicago, IL Kathryn Sweeney, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Blue Moon Capital Partners LLC, Boston, MA The Future of Post-Acute and Transitional Care As senior living operators continue to serve older and more frail customers with higher acuity needs, post-acute care, home health and transitional care are undergo- ing transformative change. A panel of experts will provide a fascinating view at how this will realign the continuum over the next decade across senior liv- ing, home health, and post-acute settings. JW Marriott Desert Springs offers excellent golfing in a beautiful mountain setting. 2017 ASHA Annual Meeting Jan. 30-Feb. 1

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