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Industry Pulse: Readmissions Data Supports Programs

Industry Pulse: Readmissions Data Supports Programs

And the more programs used, the bigger the difference Hospitals participating in value-based programs have lower readmission rates. According to a new study, hospitals that participate in voluntary value-based programs have fewer readmissions than those that rely on financial incentives alone.

Aurora Health Care announced plans in late March to build an ASC and MOB in the 84South development in Greenfield. Rendering courtesy of Cobalt Partners

Industry Pulse: Aurora Health Care Has a Bevy of Projects

System says controlling costs has enabled it to pursue $500 million-plus in new projects Any U.S. health systems, no matter how financially healthy they are, are feeling some financial constraints, meaning they simply cannot deploy as much capital as they would like.

Industry Pulse: Carter Validus Could Be Nearing Sale of First REIT

Industry Pulse: Carter Validus Could Be Nearing Sale of First REIT

Unconfirmed media reports says the firm might sell its MOB and data center portfolios There comes a time in the later stages of the life of any unlisted real estate investment trust (REIT) when its officers must decide on a liquidity event. This can entail going public or selling off the properties it has acquired, […]

Industry Pulse: On the Record - Jonathan “John” Winer

Industry Pulse: On the Record – Jonathan “John” Winer

How will healthcare real estate be affected by changes to Obamacare? “As things stand, it appears that the most likely outcome for a new healthcare plan will be to retain some of Obamacare’s most popular provisions while trying to integrate market-based competition to reduce the cost of insurance.

Industry Pulse: On the Record - Todd J. Meredith

Industry Pulse: On the Record – Todd J. Meredith

How are providers reacting to a potential change in Obamacare? “Most headlines concerning the replacement of the ACA are focused on political issues surrounding insurance coverage.

“Dammit, Jim, I’m a doctor, not a healthcare real estate professional!” Photo courtesy of CBS Home Entertainment

Industry Pulse: Tired of the Ongoing Healthcare Debate?

Boldly go to this site for a look at medicine, Star Trek style Are you tired of the political saga and the seemingly endless debate over whether to repeal and replace the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA)? Escape with Star Trek.

David P. Wilson

Industry Pulse: Lockard Executive Credits Connections

David Wilson says CCIM link led to $16.8 million MOB sale David P. Wilson, Executive VP of the Cedar Falls, Iowa-based healthcare real estate (HRE) and retail development firm Lockard, happens to be the incoming national CCIM Institute president. (CCIM is an acronym for Certified Commercial Investment Member, which means the individual has completed advanced […]

Jim Connor

Industry Pulse: Duke Realty Corp. Won’t Comment on Sale Rumors

At a recent conference, executives focused on healthcare real estate sector’s strength Since we learned March 2 about rumors that Duke Realty Corp. (NYSE: DRE) might be exploring the sale of some or all of its 86-asset medical office building (MOB) portfolio, we at Healthcare Real Estate Insights have been trying to determine the veracity […]

Industry Pulse: On the Record - Louis Rogers

Industry Pulse: On the Record – Louis Rogers

How has the 1031 exchange market changed for HRE investors?

Adeptus Health and its First Choice brand is the nation’s oldest and largest owner/operator of freestanding emergency departments. Photo courtesy of Adeptus Health

Industry Pulse: Trouble Brewing for FED Firm Adeptus Health

Operator of the First Choice ER brand lost more than half a billion dollars in 2016 In 2015, Adeptus Health Inc. (NYSE: ADPT) was trading at more than $120 per share. As of mid-March, the Lewisville, Texas-based for-profit healthcare firm was available for $2.31 per share. What happened?

Industry Pulse: Colliers Releases Healthcare Report

Industry Pulse: Colliers Releases Healthcare Report

Study shows lower vacancy rates, more construction In its “2017 Healthcare Marketplace” report, Colliers International pegged the national medical office building (MOB) vacancy rate at “an all-time low” of 7.4 percent at year-end. It also said MOB rents rose by 8 percent in 2016 to a national average of $24 PSF. And its construction numbers […]

One of the MOBs that sold last year was Duke Medicine at Brier Creek in Raleigh, N.C. Photo courtesy of JLL

Industry Pulse: JLL Offers Another Take on the Market

Near-record sales show MOBs have gained acceptance JLL’s Healthcare Capital Markets group recently released a report with its take on the medical office building (MOB) market.

Industry Pulse: On the Record - Richard “Dick” D. Daniels

Industry Pulse: On the Record – Richard “Dick” D. Daniels

What’s ahead for the new Kaiser Permanente medical office model?

James B. "Jim" Connor, President and CEO, Duke Realty (Photo courtesy of Duke Realty)

Industry Pulse: Duke Realty CEO declines to comment on rumors of potential MOB portfolio sale

Since we learned March 2 about rumors that Duke Realty Corp. (NYSE: DRE) might be exploring the sale of some or all of its 86-asset medical office building (MOB) portfolio, we at Healthcare Real Estate Insights have been trying to determine the veracity of the story. So far, our efforts to obtain any comment from Duke Realty have […]

Unconfirmed reports say Duke Realty might sell its medical office portfolio. (Photo courtesy of Duke Realty)

Industry Pulse: $3 billion MOB portfolio sale on the horizon?

For an update version of this story, please see: Industry Pulse: Duke Realty CEO declines to comment on rumors of potential MOB portfolio sale Unconfirmed news report about a possible sale by Duke Realty was a hot topic at March 8 HRE conference in Los Angeles By John B. Mugford At the InterFace Healthcare Real Estate […]

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