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Senior Living Operations Consulting

Keeping your senior living operation run effectively and efficiently is important not only for safeguarding your residents' well-being but also for ensuring you meet covenants and other financial goals.

We’ve helped many assisted living, independent living, memory care, home health, and skilled nursing facilities assess and improve their profit margins, cash flow, staff levels, operating expenses, facility expenses, and marketing and sales initiatives. We’ve helped many senior living communities optimize revenue with our Price Point analysis.

Our team will take a holistic look at your operations and financial efficiency, monitoring them in relation to the original forecast, benchmarking them against industry best practices, and evaluating your financial performance and outcome measurements.

If you’d like to optimize your revenue, increase occupancy, and improve the efficiency of your operations, let’s start a conversation today.

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Our clients say...

Plante Moran Living Forward stepped us through a comprehensive review of our operations using their Price Point analysis, which provided us with a fresh and detailed review of our cost structure. Living Forward's team was able to use the information generated to pin-point specific areas of loss and recommend revenue-enhancing strategies to improve our bottom line.

Barbara Rode & Mike Warden CEO & CFO, respectively, Saint Therese of New Hope

Working With Us

Plante Moran Living Forward’s client service model starts and ends with you at the forefront. In a truly collaborative approach, we partner with you and your internal teams to understand your community’s needs and develop solutions that meet your goals. We are dedicated to helping senior living communities stay competitive, grow, and provide quality care.

Our Work

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CCRC optimizes cash flow with Price Point analysis
Operationally, St. Therese had a positive cash flow, but intuitively, the CEO and CFO knew that some service offerings may be negatively impacting the results.
Case Study December 15, 2016 1 min read