Seniors Housing Business

ASHA 2018

Seniors Housing Business is the magazine that helps you navigate the evolution of the seniors housing industry.

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AS H A 50 56 2018 ASHA 50 2018 Seniors Housing State Regulatory Handbook 2018 Summer 2018 Features easy-to-use met- rics of key state licensure and regulatory require- ments in all 50 states and the District of Columbia for assisted living resi- dences and CCRCs/LPC. State-by-state com- parisons are made easy by using this annually-revised report. Updated state agency contact information for assisted living and CCRCs/LPC is also pro- vided in this publication. For in-depth operational analyses, constructions trends, consumer insights, and other timely seniors housing reports, visit the ASHA Bookstore: The State of Seniors Housing 2018 Fall 2018 The premier research report on seniors hous- ing operational perfor- mance with robust data from independent living communities, assisted living residences, and continuing care retirement communities/life plan communities. The report contains all pertinent financial and performance measures including: resident turn- over and length of stay, annual financial results per occupied unit, staff- ing ratios and labor costs, and key financial perfor- mance indicators. This is a must-have resource for owners, operators, lenders, and investors. ASHA Bookstore The Evolving Healthcare System Summer 2018 This new Special Issue Brief presents the findings of a 2018 ASHA sur- vey conducted with the George Mason University Program in Senior Hous- ing Administration. The Brief assesses industry participation in three key areas of care coordination: 1) offering ancillary services and the relationship with service providers, 2) measure- ment of health and well- ness outcomes, and 3) use of Electronic Health Records (EHRs). The Brief also includes observations from authors Andrew Carle and John Cantiello, Ph. D of George Mason University. This research reflects the first attempt to capture seniors housing readiness and interest in broadening care offerings to meet the need to improve outcomes at lower costs for seniors. Coming Soon Now Available ASHA members benefit from complimentary copies of all publications and online access to an extensive archive of sought-after industry reports. Seniors Housing Construction Monitor Summer 2018 Bi-annual report on con- struction activity by metro area featuring: n property type analysis, n metro market rankings, n activity segment type, and n an estimate of seniors housing supply in the 100 largest MSAs. ASHA Member Exclusive Now Available: Special Issue Brief SENIORS HOUSING CONSTRUCTION MONITOR Summer 2018 Prepared for ASHA by National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care and its NIC MAP ® Data Service

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