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Outpatient Projects: Information needed for annual development survey

Any firms involved in outpatient projects are asked to respond to Revista

By John B. Mugford

Anchor Health Properties was the largest developer of 2018 in two of three categories, according to Revista. (Rendering courtesy of Anchor Health Properties)

Calling all outpatient healthcare facility developers!

For the fourth year in a row, Arnold, Md.-based Revista, which focuses on compiling and disseminating data concerning the HRE sector for its subscribers, is collecting information for its 2020 Outpatient Healthcare Real Estate (HRE) Development Report, also known as the Revista development survey.

The 2020 report, which will be based on 2019 data, is published in collaboration with Healthcare Real Estate Insights, a Minneapolis-based media company solely dedicated to covering news and trends in healthcare facility development, financing and investment. The report compiles the total amount of outpatient facilities started and completed in a given year and determines the top third-party development firms from that same year.

In order to gather the data needed for its latest development survey, Revista is asking that any firm involved in HRE outpatient development, large or small, respond to a few questions about their 2019 outpatient construction activity and projects.

The survey deadline is March 6, 2020, and there is no charge for participating or for receiving a summary of the results.

“Please complete information as completely and accurately as possible,” Revista asks. “We are seeking information at the company and project level for construction projects that exceed $2.5 million in value and are adding at least 5,000 square feet. Projects may be new construction or expansions.”

Outpatient projects include all MOBs, outpatient surgery centers, dialysis centers, clinics, freestanding ERs/EDs, imaging centers, urgent care centers, retail medical buildings and other purpose-built medical buildings where outpatient care is provided. Buildings can be on campus or off campus.

Revista and HREI will tabulate and then publish the results and developer rankings in coming months.

As for the top developers in last year’s survey, which provided a snapshot of 2018, Charlottesville, Va.-based Anchor Health Properties, a long-standing HRE firm, was the top third-party developer in two categories: “Projects Started” and “Projects Started or Completed.”

In the other category, “Projects Completed,” the top developer was San Diego-based PMB, another well-established HRE firm with roots dating back to the early 1970s.

How will your firm rank in the 2019 survey? Just respond to a few questions in order to find out.

Even if you might not rank as the top outpatient developer of 2019, the information you provide concerning your activity is important in gauging how much HRE outpatient development is taking place throughout the sector; so please take part.

The link to the online survey, which is the preferred method of response, is: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XFPR6G8

If you have any questions, please call Mike Hargrave, Revista principal, at 301-873-1542, or email him at: mike@revistamed.com.

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