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Posted on: March 14, 2018
As more and more of the United States’ population ages, many financial experts encourage investment in healthcare real estate. The investment opportunities in medical real estate are constantly increasing as the market grows, with an estimated 10,000 Americans turning 65 every day. Additionally, healthcare is an essential service that everyone must have access to, so it is very likely that the healthcare real estate sector will remain strong for years to come.
Posted on: March 5, 2018
The healthcare industry is ever-changing. As patients’ needs evolve and lawmakers pass new legislation each year, the medical industry is continuously affected by outside factors. Businesses, such as CareOne, are dedicated to providing medical care and other health-related services need to be able to adapt to the changing conditions to ensure the success and survival of their respective companies or organizations. Before businesses can adapt, healthcare providers must stay up to date on current trends. Below Daniel E. Straus, founder of CareOne, sheds light on five trends currently affecting healthcare real estate:
Posted on: February 14, 2018
Sending a loved one to a senior care facility is a big decision to make. You’ll want to make sure that they will be comfortable and have access to the care and assistance they require, so it helps to have some first-hand insight before you make a decision. While finding a home that provides the best fit for a senior relative can take some time, no one wants to go through all the trouble of having to move a loved one from one place to another to find the “perfect” senior care facility or community.
Fortunately, there are experts who are willing to share some valuable information that can help relatives of seniors make informed decisions and find the best senior care facilities in the country without resorting to trial and error. Daniel E. Straus, founder of CareOne, sheds light on the four senior living trends people should know about.
Posted on: February 9, 2018
Originally published by McKnight’s Senior Living
In 2012, when Hurricane Sandy tore through the Northeast coast of the United States, it delivered more than a blow to the New Jersey coastline — it also delivered a wake-up call to healthcare providers in the Northeast that emergency preparedness and management forever will be a priority to ensure the safety and well-being of our communities.
Posted on: January 30, 2018
Caring for the elderly is a serious responsibility. This is why when you entrust the care of your aging relatives to senior care facilities; you expect them to ensure the safety, health, and well-being of your loved ones at all times. To guarantee your loved ones will spend their days comfortably and stress-free, you must be sure that they are being treated properly and are receiving quality care and services.
Posted on: January 17, 2018
Technology is integrated into every aspect of our way of life. It seems that every person you see is engaging with some type of tech at all times. And now it’s making its way to the final demographic it has yet to reach: senior citizens. Specifically, into their healthcare. These are four areas where you can expect to see tech trends in senior living.
Posted on: December 29, 2017
One common mistake people make when choosing a senior care facility for a loved one is to assume that their relative is in good hands just because the facility has a high price and luxurious features. For some, price equals quality, but being in the business of providing senior care, we can assure you that this isn’t always the case.
Posted on: December 15, 2017
Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and other conditions affecting a person’s memory and mental faculties are overwhelming and stressful for those living with the disease, as well as their care providers. The good news is that new technologies and innovations can help ease the burden of both residences and caregivers. These advances can help reduce anxiety, establish a routine and a sense of normalcy, and more importantly, improve the quality of life for everyone involved.
Posted on: November 17, 2017
Aging is a natural part of life. Even with this all-too-true fact, statistics show that not many people are well-prepared for this stage of life. In fact, many Americans significantly underestimate the budget they will need for themselves or their loved ones when it comes to retirement, senior-care and assisted-living considerations.
Posted on: November 17, 2017
It goes without saying that most senior-care communities focus on ensuring their patients’ and residents’ health, comfort, and safety. After all, one of their main vocations is to help residents be as happy and comfortable as they can be. However, this doesn’t mean that caring for residents and patients is all that happens in an elder-care community. Many senior-care communities and their staff also invest their time and effort in providing educational events and seminars, not only for in-house teams but also for the families of residents under their care.