Thursday, May 2, 2013, 11:22 AM

Healthcare Real Estate Trends

In healthcare the one constant is change.  Recently we’ve seen changes in healthcare (and by extension, healthcare real estate) because of The Great Recession, lower reimbursements, healthcare reform, mergers and repurposing (to name a few).  Below are six trends for this year that Duke Realty predicted at the outset of this year.  Now that we have four months of 2013 under our belts, it’s a good time to look back and see how these have played out, and, just as importantly, look forward… and be ready for more change…

1.              Higher-acuity care will increasingly move to medical office buildings.
2.              Freestanding emergency departments will be used in new ways.
3.              Partnering will increase.
4.              The case for hospital-driven monetizations will keep getting stronger.
5.              Repurposing will expand.
6.              Compliance will become even more vital.

I encourage you to read more at:
“Six Healthcare Real Estate Trends to Watch in 2013”

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1 Comments:

Anonymous ponte vedra real estate said...

Developments both inside and outside the healthcare industry are shaping the future of medical real estate and several trends are emerging.

May 29, 2013 at 6:08 AM  

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