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Top Senior Housing Trends for 2022

  • Jan 2, 2022
  • Meaghan Puglisi
  • 1-min Read

Tim Mullaney, editor for Senior Housing News, shares ‘as 2022 begins, headlines are unfortunately reminiscent of 2020, featuring news of Covid-19 case counts, global disruptions to business and transportation, and even whole cities going into lock down.

But for the U.S. senior living industry, history will not repeat itself in 2022.” Lifespark makes the list as one example. Mullaney goes into detail on how MA insurer UCare recently invested in Lifespark, the value-based care company that operates the former Tealwood Senior Living portfolio. Now officially a “payvider,” Lifespark views senior living campuses as important nodes for the delivery of a variety of services, in an effort to eliminate the “bottlenecks” in care that residents typically have experienced.

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