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A New Senior Living Operating Model Comes Into View After 2 Years of Disruption

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Senior living operators have been enacting changes in operations since the Covid-19 pandemic began, but some adaptations have been fleeting while others have proven longer-lasting. 

Recent conversations with several executives — including with large providers such as Brookdale, Frontier and Senior Lifestyle — highlight that operators now have committed to new practices across essentially every major area of operations and are moving forward with these changes in place.

This new operating model began to take shape as a response to the clinical demands of Covid-19. It has solidified in recent months and weeks as providers have confronted other pandemic-related disruptions, notably labor market upheaval and inflation, all while trying to anticipate and adapt to the expectations of a new generation of consumers.

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