Senior Living Occupancy Infographic

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YOUR HOME More than half of residents are 85+ and stay an average of 22 months of assisted living residents require support with activities of daily living 75 % To maintain occupancy, operators need to meet these needs with service plans designed to enhance and adapt to the wellness requirements of today's seniors during the tenure of their stay. Download this infographic Instead of reducing IT budgets to build lobby fountains, leading operators are investing in technology designed to manage and improve resident care. of operators agree that electronic health records are an important technology to invest in, delivering greater visibility and access to information. of providers report that their electronic health records enable them to deliver better care. recognize their residents have a greater need for clinical support. HOW? 75 % 91 57 % % New residents are checking on quality metrics, not just the activities oered of the time, the resident's adult child is involved in the community selection 73 % have chronic health conditions 95 % Who is the new consumer? Resources: | The challenge of maintaining high resident occupancy is universal. It's the way in which providers address that challenge that separates the winners from everyone else. How to go from Good to Great How are they doing it? By knowing the needs of the new consumer. The shift in the senior aging population is bringing a new customer through the door of providers with service expectations focused on wellness, not the opulence of the lobby fountain.

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