Starting March 5, 2025

San Diego, CA


Insights into Action

Unlike typical conferences, there are no trade show exhibit halls, affording attendees more opportunities for results-oriented networking. That’s why, year after year, one of the primary benefits of attending the NIC Spring Conference is efficient networking—specifically to make new connections, develop relationships, and broker deals to improve housing and care options for older adults. The NIC Spring Conference will highlight for operators and capital providers the importance of the changing definition of healthcare and how healthcare payors are looking for opportunities to keep their beneficiaries healthy and prevent acute care episodes.



Access the latest market insights and innovations to build the relationships and strategic partnerships businesses will need in this era of disruption and innovation.



Stay ahead of the latest trends shaping senior housing, skilled nursing and healthcare, while connecting with the decision-makers and the deals that will drive success in the future.


Care Partners

Explore the opportunity in a sector that is home to millions of frail elders in need of new means of accessing healthcare and services in the communities where they live.



Meet the Experts

In-person networking fosters meaningful business relationships so leaders can candidly discuss challenges, learn from each other, and form partnerships that build on strengths. With over 70% of attendees represented by senior level executives, this conference in Dallas will provide unmatched access to the decision-makers among investors and operators.

Learn from the Early Adopters 

Large healthcare and retail corporations are fiercely competing for patients and residents in today’s value-based environment. The marketplace serving older adults is one of the biggest opportunities in value-based care because of the outsized potential to improve health and reduce healthcare costs among a population that is sicker and more expensive than the general population.

  • CVS Health has made major investments in cities like Houston, TX and Portland, ME to build affordable housing for seniors. It also purchased Oak Street Health, giving the company access to a value-based primary care service line that connects older adults with primary and preventive care.
  • Walgreens is investing in post-acute, home, and primary care.
  • Best Buy launched Best Buy Health, which focuses on uniting home-based senior care and tech-enabled human interaction.