Transforming the conventional nursing home

Aging Baby Boomers Transform the Conventional Nursing Home

Ameet Sachdev • Contact Reporter Chicago Tribune Aging baby boomers are transforming the conventional nursing home. The stigma attached to nursing homes most often is that they’re a place you go to die. The last thing baby boomers, who came of age in the ’60s and ’70s and practically invented youth culture, will ever admit is that…

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Winchester House

End May Be Near For Lake County’s Winchester House Nursing Home

By Russell Lissau of Daily Herald The private company that operates the Winchester House nursing home has plans to close the county-owned facility in Libertyville and build something new in Mundelein. If Lisle-based Transitional Care Management’s $30 million proposal moves forward, it would officially mark the end of Lake County’s long involvement with Winchester House, a relationship that goes back…

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Post-acute Care’s New Venture

By Ben Swet of The Senior Care Investor Looks like Mainstreet will be gaining some new competition, with a new venture entering the transitional care space, with a plan to develop upwards of 12 projects, all of which are currently in some stage of pre-development. The new venture, called Innovative Health LLC, was started by Brian Cloch, the…

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Featured in Senior Housing News

With more than 50 years of combined senior living experience, industry veterans Brad Haber and Brian Cloch assure that their newly formed post-acute care provider, Innovative Health LLC, will be anything but amateur. What’s the Rosemont, Illinois-based company’s strategy? To own and operate post-acute health care assets and collaborate with municipalities, hospital systems, accountable care organizations…

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