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2019 National Economic Outlook for Medical Real Estate Stakeholders:
Back for the first time since 2015, Dr. Sam Chandan will join us to provide an update on the most important economic trends and their implications for healthcare real estate today. Renowned as one of the leading experts in economics, capital markets and commercial real estate, Dr. Chandan will provide his innovative insights into the macro forces that are currently affecting - and are likely to affect - the real estate investment environment.
Did you know Revista’s Property View Reports (PVRs) contain detailed physician and other provider revenue data by specialty? That’s right, the PVRs contain Medicare billing and revenue summary data by specialty
As REITs pull back on acquisitions and focus more on refining their portfolios, private equity groups have more than taken up the slack. Total healthcare real estate transaction volume may have cooled ever so slightly - but not much - and so far this year, private investor buyers are making up 76% of that total.
Revista is pleased to announce that attendance at its 2018 Medical Real Estate Investment Forum (MREIF) was up more than 60% from last year’s event. More than 320 industry executives were in attendance at the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay in Miami January 28-30.
• Adventist Health Physician's Network
• AEI Capital
• Altus Group
• Amtrust Title
• Anchor Health Properties
• Anne Arundel Medical Center
• ARCH Design, Artwork and Framing Inc.
• Array Architects
• Aurum Property Partners
• Avison Young
• AW Property Co
• Baptist Health South Florida
• Baylor Scott & White Health
• BBL Medical Facilities
• Bentall Kennedy
• Bloomberg Intelligence
Doctor visits will increase 217.6% faster than the population in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and San Diego Counties. That’s according to an analysis prepared for the California Hospital, Outpatient Facilities & Medical Office Building Summit in Downtown Los Angeles on December 13.
Quick internet searches would tell you that the hospital sector is closing or shrinking due to growth in the outpatient sector. Revista data, however, paints a different picture of the hospital sector.
What are the drivers of change in the medical real estate market and how will the delivery of care shift to better meet the needs of patients? Plus, patient experience is a hot and challenging topic right now - and one where facility design and operations plays an important role. How do health systems and other healthcare industry experts evaluate the market – and patients – to develop their emerging delivery strategies? Should providers focus on medical office buildings (including multi-specialty MOBs); freestanding emergency departments; urgent care facilities; surgery centers; mixed-use healthcare, office and retail facilities; or physician-owned group practice clinics, among others?