This Week in Healthcare Real Estate

by CoyDavidson on March 18, 2017

Healthcare Real Estate News from Across the Web

Six major healthcare real estate trends to watch in 2017 and their impact on patient care
When it comes to healthcare, much of the focus these days is on the fate of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) – and rightly so. Yet despite the uncertainty surrounding the legislation, hospital and health systems still have organizational objectives to meet and must remain focused on making effective, strategic decisions… Healthcare Real Estate Insights

A Healthcare Boom in Houston and Texas
A healthy economy and rapidly expanding population is driving a wave of healthcare real estate development in the Lone Star State. Texas has the second-largest pipeline for healthcare real estate construction (hospitals and medical office buildings) in the nation… The Tenant Advisor

Tech, Urgent Care and Freestanding ERs Will Rock Hospital Design
The integration of new technology that allows people to monitor their health or get a diagnosis without leaving their homes is increasing and could change the need for people to go to hospitals… Commercial Observer

How to Effectively Grow Your Health System Footprint
Strategic growth for health systems is more challenging than ever. Planners must consider demographic shifts, economic and regulatory trends, attracting a skilled workforce, cultivating the referral network, and gaining greater market share despite an expanding competitive market… LinkedIn

Struggles Of Nation’s Largest Freestanding ER Operator A Bad Omen For Once-Booming Sector
Two years ago, Adeptus stock was trading at over $120/share. Today, a share costs $2.50. The fall of the nation’s preeminent provider of freestanding emergency centers is sending ripples through the once-booming industry, worrying both Wall Street and real estate professionals… Bisnow

Griffin-American Healthcare REIT IV Acquires Class A Medical Office Building in Reno
American Healthcare Investors and Griffin Capital Company, LLC, the co-sponsors of Griffin-American Healthcare REIT IV, Inc., announced today that the REIT has acquired Reno Medical Office Building… PR Newswire

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