Andy Colbert discusses ways to set up a radiology practice for long-term prosperity in a recent article he authored for Radiology Today Magazine

Monday, June 10, 2019
Ensuring the long-term success of a radiology practice is not a simple task. Meeting the needs of the physicians and the business is a balancing act that takes time, patience, investment, and an incredible amount of work.

Don Husi discusses several creative structures for financing seniors housing in a recent Senior Housing Business article, "The New Crowd"

Wednesday, June 5, 2019
The story of the seniors housing sector is certainly enticing for investors. Average yields are higher than most property sectors, with capitalization rates averaging 7.2 percent over the last 14 years for private-pay seniors housing, according to...

Dan Hermann tells Seniors Housing Business in its Question of the Month: Incoming Disruptions section, "Technology growth will put pressure on our organizations, but demonstrate much excitement and promise as we navigate the complexities of our field"

Wednesday, June 5, 2019
There are indeed a multitude of disruptors shaping seniors housing, but the one area that is clearly touching on all facets of the sector is technology.

Dan Hermann, Ziegler's President and CEO in Bridge the Gap: The Senior Living Podcast

Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Listen to Bridge the Gap: The Senior Living Podcast featuring Dan Hermann, Ziegler's President and CEO discussing Macro Trends, Technology & Ziegler's Link•Age Funds.

Lisa McCracken discusses the aging population in a recent Leader's Edge article, "Will You Still Need Me When I’m 64?"

Monday, June 3, 2019
The aging baby boomer cohort poses enormous challenges to the healthcare system—among providers, payers and employers—a situation that could transform elements of the system dramatically.

Seniors Housing Business contacted a panel of notable lenders in the seniors housing space, including Ziegler's Ashley Wilkens, about the hottest topics driving how and with whom they use their capital

Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Seniors housing fundamentals are still strong and lenders are more than happy to continue putting money into the space — but not blindly. As occupancy drops and interest rates rise, capital sources have strengthened underwriting standards, helping...

Grant Chamberlain tells Healthcare IT News that when it comes to telehealth in the senior living space "we're probably only in the first or second innings of adoption and utility of solutions in that space."

Monday, March 25, 2019
As the "Silver Tsunami" swells, with more than 75 million Baby Boomers set to avail themselves of their Medicare benefits and put strain on an already overstretched health system, telehealth and remote care technologies will be key to helping deli...

"Where do we need to be to really thrive?” is the question Lisa McCracken posed to an audience of industry professionals at this week's LeadingAge Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019
As headwinds continue to batter the senior housing industry, some not-for-profit providers are looking to partnerships or mergers as a way to grow scale in order to thrive — or in some cases, simply survive.

Brian McGough talks about alternatives hospitals can turn to after the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2018 disallowed advance refundings

Monday, March 18, 2019
Health systems consider returning to financing derivatives as a result of 2017 tax law

Grant Chamberlain was cited as a contributor in the latest Market Insights report, "Telehealth, A Path to Virtual Integrated Care" published by the American Hospital Association

Friday, March 1, 2019
This report from the AHA Center for Health Innovation examines how telehealth is part of a digital health revolution; the flexibility of delivery platforms and how they fit into virtual integrated care; why telehealth is critical to health care tr...