True Innovation is Needed in Senior Living

A recent article in Senior Housing News highlights that the “dots aren’t being connected” in senior living to get innovation past the pilot stage to make a true impact. 

The candid perspectives shared in the article highlights the need for providers to treat innovation as an investment, not an expense. Want to know the biggest obstacles, pet peeves and advice for providers on how to become more innovative?

One tech entrepreneur said:“I can point to dozens of people who have big ideas about the grand entrance of their new building, but I can’t point to more than a handful of people who take a really strong product-driven approach to the life that you’ve stepped into once the grand entrance is behind you.”

Read more at “Confessions of a Tech Entrepreneur: Old-School Senior Living Operators Just Don’t ‘Get’ Innovation.”

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