Webinar: The Reasons for Growth

by | Oct 3, 2019

Presented by:
Dan Hermann, President and CEO, Head of Investment Banking, Ziegler
Lisa McCracken, Director, Senior Living Research & Development, Ziegler
Tom Mann, Principal & Chief Marketing Innovation Officer, Love & Company

This webinar is a must for every LeadingAge CEO.

More than 76 million baby boomers will start making their post-retirement life choices starting in 2025. Nationally, senior housing is only at a 10% penetration rate. Just to keep up with that level of demand as we move forward, we need to increase our housing inventory by another 47% (not to mention services that seniors require)!

In short, plenty of opportunities abound for senior living providers in the coming years. During this special webinar (10/3/19 from 12:00 pm to 1:30 EST), you’ll see Ziegler’s newest research and statistics, along with hearing valuable insights from two of senior living’s leading organizations.

Topics covered will include:

  • Why Grow, Why Change?
  • Stakeholder Alignment
  • Defining growth –  including new location developments, satellite campuses, expansions and repositionings, consolidation trends, CCaHs, moderate and low income
  • Growth Trends
  • Funding Growth
  • Provider Case Studies on Growth
  • Growth Inhibitors
  • Q & A

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