“There has been a tremendous push for home health-based supports and services for the elderly, including allocating state and federal funds to allow more elderly to remain in their homes rather than moving to a more institutional setting. How will it impact the value and demand for seniors housing and care settings? . . . The topics discussed include what the true cost of home health is relative to the all-in cost of an assisted living community, how technology will change the future of these markets, and if assisted living providers are pursuing the home health business to complement their existing care services.”
LTC Comment (from Stephen A. Moses, President, Center for Long-Term Care Reform):
This rambling interview with three provider industry experts makes some interesting points about the trade-off between home care and seniors housing.
Home Health vs. Seniors Housing