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Assisted living well positioned to fill healthcare delivery gaps: Report

December 30, 2020 Article 1 min read
Authors:
Patrick McCormick

According to our research report, done in partnership with the American Senior Housing Association, COVID-19 revealed the vital role that senior housing plays in the full healthcare continuum. Learn more via McKnight’s Senior Living.

Nurse helping a elderly woman use her assisted walking device in an outdoor area.While resident numbers at senior living communities have dropped in 2020, demographics indicate a boom is on the way. As these communities reach the other side of the pandemic, they’ll have two choices: stay on the same path or take advantage of new opportunities to expand their role in the healthcare continuum.

According to a report by Plante Moran and the American Senior Housing Association, assisted living communities can differentiate themselves by pivoting to include short-term, post-acute care and care integration and coordination in their offerings. Learn more about the report findings and how assisted living communities can find their place in a post-COVID-19 world at McKnight’s. 

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