Can Your CRM Do This? 5 Lead Tracking Features You Need

How much time does your sales staff spend with each prospective resident and their family? What kind of person is most likely to move into your community? How much does it cost to lead prospects down the path from inquiry to move-in?

If you don’t know the answers to these questions, your CRM isn’t doing its job.

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How to Measure Fall Risk for Senior Living Communities

Every year, 2.5 million seniors are taken to emergency rooms for fall injuries. About 20% of falls result in serious injuries, and falls account for 95% of hip fractures. For older people, falling increases the risk of dying. For example, Kaiser Permanente found that women between 65 and 69 who break a hip are five times more likely to die within the next year.

The best way senior living communities can help prevent falls is to assess the fall risk of individual residents and put fall prevention programs in place to alleviate that risk.

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Falls Prevention Resources for Senior Living and Healthcare

Some startling statistics from the CDC:

  • About one-third of people over 65 fall each year. Less than half of these tell their doctor!
  • Every year, falls cause 2.5 million older people to go to the emergency room and more than 700,000 to become hospitalized.
  • Falls cause more than 95% of hip fractures.
  • Once someone has fallen, they are twice as likely to fall again.
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Accurate Data is the Key to Sales Productivity [Infographic]

Would you like your sales reps to be more productive? Of course you would!

According to a new infographic from ZoomInfo, the main obstacle to sales productivity is a lack of accurate data about prospects.

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Top News Stories In Senior Living Management - August 2015

Here's what happened in senior living management last month.

New Research Shows Outlook Still Brilliant for Senior Housing Sector

The majority of respondents to a NREI/NIC survey believe new senior housing supply will keep pace with demand, despite the continuing uptick in construction. Q2 saw more units built than any quarter in the past six years, and nearly 7 in 10 respondents expect the construction trend to continue over the next 12 months.

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