Senior living trends and challenges in 2023 and beyond

How to position your organization for success 

There are several developments in 2023 that are keeping senior living executives up late, including declining census numbers, staffing shortages, increasing labor costs, and evolving consumer demands. Whether it’s refocusing on low-performing service lines, expanding into new markets, deciphering reimbursement opportunities, repositioning services, in addition to meeting resident expectations, it is critical to understand how leaders can best navigate their organization through a critical undertaking or change.   

Join Baker Tilly for an educational presentation where our team and organizational leaders will discuss the multiple headwinds facing the industry. In addition to discussing some of the major changes affecting senior living organizations, we will talk about how industry leaders can evaluate their readiness for organizational change, including changes to clinical and back-office operations, reevaluating their portfolio of services, optimizing reimbursement opportunities, sponsorship transitions and transactions, and more. 

Who should attend 

  • C-Suite professionals, presidents, vice presidents, administrators, management teams and board members of senior living organizations 


  • Jennifer Schwalm, CPA, senior services practice leader, Baker Tilly 


  • Edward Klik, principal, Baker Tilly 
  • Beverly Asper, director, Baker Tilly 
  • Michael Edwin, MBA, director, Baker Tilly 
  • Kristopher Pattison, RN, RAC-CT, senior manager, Baker Tilly 

Learning objectives 

  • Recognize developments within the market that are affecting senior living organizations 
  • Understand the importance of assessing organizational readiness to ensure successful implementation of your strategic initiatives 
  • Understand how to take advantage of operational and reimbursement strategies to ensure financial sustainability, including the use of data, analytics, and trends to support your decisions   

There are no prerequisites for this webinar, and advance preparation is not required. There is no cost to attend this webinar.  

A certificate of completion will be emailed to you four to six weeks after the event. 
Level: Basic 
CPE credit: One (1) hour total credit 
Field of study: Management Services (MS) 

Host: Stephanie Parker 

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