Control Costs and Maximize Revenues: How to Optimize Operational Performance
Recorded January 21, 2009
Pressure on operating margins has been growing as costs escalated during 2008. Census and revenues have been impacted by the housing crisis and economic downturn. The seniors housing and care industry, while still in relatively good shape, may feel even more pressure in 2009.
This educational offering has been approved for 1 clock hour by the of Boards of Examiners of Administrators (NAB).
Providers can take action today to ensure that they have sufficient operating cash flow to weather the current financial storm and continue to provide quality care. Successful strategies exist to help control, and in some cases reduce, operating costs, without compromising care. In addition, some communities are 100% occupied without giving away free rent. There are also financial tools available to make it easier to get residents in the door, especially when they are dealing with their own economic uncertainty. Find out what is working in today’s environment from our panel of experts.
Here’s just some of what you’ll learn during this in-depth, 90-minute webcast:
|●||Decreasing staff turnover to increase stability and avoid unnecessary costs.|
|●||Cutting corners without compromising quality.|
|●||How to deal with tomorrow’s operating problems today.|
|●||What are the successful providers doing in today’s market?|
|●||How to boost your census without giving away free rent or discounts.|
|●||Plus, a chance to ask the experts your own questions to help you increase your cash flow and operating margins.|