ZIEGLER IN THE NEWS

Vision 2025: University and Senior Housing and Care Symposium

Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Long-term care providers, associations, and colleges will make history when a variety of top leaders meet in mid-June for the first time at a newly created academic symposium sponsored by Ziegler and other participating associations.

LeadingAge Ziegler list adds 50, sees some changes at the top for 2018

Wednesday, November 14, 2018
The annual LeadingAge Ziegler list of the largest not-for-profit senior living providers grew by 50 organizations and saw some changes at the top for 2018.

Don Husi recently joined a panel of industry experts at REjournals’ 10th annual Chicago Senior Housing Real Estate Conference to discuss the future environment for investment and development in the sector

Monday, November 12, 2018
Approximately 150 industry professionals crowded into the University Club on Wednesday, November 7th for REjournals’ 10th annual Chicago Senior Housing Real Estate Conference. While the mid-term elections were fresh in everyone’s minds, the most-d...

The majority of skilled nursing chief financial officers are more optimistic than last year about their ability to compete

Tuesday, October 16, 2018
The majority of skilled nursing chief financial officers are more optimistic than last year about their ability to compete. But Medicare Advantage — and a few other factors — are dark spots in their sunny skies, according to a summary of Ziegler's...

Lisa McCracken tells Senior Housing News that senior living providers are refreshing their corporate branding and dropping age-related words from their names

Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Across the country, senior living companies are refreshing their corporate branding, and in the process dropping age-related words from their names such as “retirement” and “senior.” Recent examples include Skokie, Illinois-based senior housing no...

Ziegler's Lisa McCracken explains that the sell-off of skilled nursing isn't limited to small freestanding nursing homes, but includes systems and multi-state sponsors

Monday, October 1, 2018
Non-profits have felt particularly squeezed by recent skilled nursing pressures on multiple fronts, prompting them to sell off their skilled facilities — typically to for-profit entities.

Don Husi talks to Senior Housing News about the knowledge and capabilities Ziegler's partnership with Locust Point Capital brings to the Proprietary Senior Living Practice

Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Ziegler announced it was an anchor investor in Locust Point Capital’s debut private fund, which closed earlier this month oversubscribed at $312 million. Ziegler and Locust Point have a relationship dating back to the mid-1990s, Managing Director...

Ziegler is mentioned in the Seniors Housing Business article, "SunTrust, Ziegler Arrange $71M Loan for Quality Life Services Expansion in Pennsylvania."

Wednesday, September 5, 2018
SunTrust has served as joint lead arranger and Ziegler as placement agent for a $71 million refinancing for Quality Life Services. The Butler-based healthcare services company will use the funds for an expansion of its communities, which include s...

The managed care session at the first-ever Ziegler Link-Age Funds Symposium was summarized in the Senior Housing News article, "How Senior Living Providers Can Start To Adapt For Managed Care"

Tuesday, September 4, 2018
Managed care partnerships are gaining steam in senior living, and although many providers are well-positioned to forge those kind of relationships, not all of them know how, or where, to take the first step.

The Ziegler Link-Age Fund was mentioned in the Senior Housing News article, “Editor’s Take: Is Senior Housing A Leading Indicator for the Next Recession?”

Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Further investments in technology through entities like the Ziegler-LinkAge Fund or initiatives to improve the industry’s image or help with staffing initiatives from advocacy and trade organizations like LeadingAge, Argentum and the American Seni...