This Week in Healthcare Real Estate – 10.21.17

by CoyDavidson on October 21, 2017

Healthcare Real Estate News

Healthcare Real Estate News

Getting Started With Ambulatory Clinic Strategy
While ambulatory clinics have been part of healthcare systems for many years, shifts in the political and competitive environment have led to a renewed focus on ambulatory clinic strategy. The primary purpose of today’s ambulatory clinic initiatives is to support population health and cost reduction goals by delivering care in a convenient, lower-cost setting… Buxton

Patients Are Grabbing The Power — What That Means For Healthcare Real Estate
Experts say power is shifting in favor of healthcare consumers as options and access abound. “I think we are going to see more and more focus on the importance of patient satisfaction because of the volume of choices customers have. I think we are going to see continued movement and price shopping in the market, and I think we are going to see a continued revolution around the end user, the consumer… Biznow

Medtail: Why Your Doctor Is Treating You in a Strip Mall
The retail universe is well aware of the hype that it is only a matter of time until brick and mortal retail succumbs to its online competitors. However, despite the “doom and gloom” we generally see in headlines, retail has actually remained stable and, in fact, is thriving in certain sectors… Lexology

Real estate strategies must keep pace with provider business strategies
While policymakers determine the future of healthcare, healthcare systems are moving forward with new healthcare delivery models designed to improve the quality of care and reduce costs. Central to these decisions is the issue of where care will be delivered… Healthcare Dive

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Overall Economic Activity Reports from all 12 Federal Reserve Districts indicated that economic activity increased in September through early October, with the pace of growth split between modest and moderate. The Richmond, Atlanta, and Dallas Districts reported major disruptions from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma in some areas and sectors, including transportation, energy, and agriculture. Manufacturing […]

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This Week in Healthcare Real Estate – 10.14.17

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Houston Office Market Report | Q3 2017

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This Week in Healthcare Real Estate – 10.7.17

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Duke Long Podcast This past week I was a guest on Duke Long’s weekly podcast. I first discovered Duke online years ago, 2008 or so, I can’t tell you exactly when searching for commercial real estate professionals who were using social media as a business tool. We finally met face to face at CRE // […]

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Houston Medical Office Building Sales

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This Week in Healthcare Real Estate – 9.29.17

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