The last six months have brought dramatic changes to both healthcare regulations and policy-making, all of which portend significant challenges for healthcare providers and their real estate partners in the coming months.
After numerous attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act outright, Congress failed to bring its final attempt to a vote in September, closing out the opportunity to execute a repeal with a simple majority in the U.S. Senate.
Even without a full repeal or replacement for the ACA, Congress and the Administration have embarked on other efforts to significantly modify the healthcare environment, fueling continued funding and regulatory uncertainty for the sector.
Interest in the sector continues to grow, including from investors new to the sector, who remain undaunted by the challenging regulatory and reimbursement landscape that many healthcare providers face.
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