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Cover Story: The Next Stage

Cover Story: The Next Stage

Stage Equity Partners plans to stick with the same proven acquisition strategy that has served it well during the past 10 years, but perhaps with a few tweaks By Murray W. Wolf Conventional wisdom holds that a recession is a terrible time to start a business. However, some believe that it might just be the […]

May/June 2019 PDF

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Feature Story: Think of patients as customers

Focusing on ‘the patient experience’ is no longer enough, ICSC speaker says By Murray W. Wolf For at least a decade, healthcare executives have been talking earnestly about “the patient experience” – the sum of all interactions that a patient has with a healthcare organization, including the people, processes, policies, communications, actions and environment. Not […]

May/June 2019

May/June 2019

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Feature Story: ‘Lease vs. own’ examined during BOMA panel

Health systems should invest capital in other areas, one panelist notes By John B. Mugford MINNEAPOLIS – Lease vs. own? It’s a debate as old as time in healthcare real estate (HRE) – well, not quite that old. But for at least a few decades now – ever since third-party developers and investors became key […]

Feature Story: Catching up with Bryan Lewitt of JLL

Feature Story: Catching up with Bryan Lewitt of JLL

Veteran HRE broker sees new opportunities in retail sites, sale-leasebacks By Murray W. Wolf Bryan Lewitt got an early introduction to the healthcare business. As a high school student back in the mid-1970s, he worked for Tarzana (Calif.) Hospital doing maintenance work and delivering medications within the hospital. And after a brief flirtation with a […]