Special Report: Providers say their piece


By John Mugford

During the next several years, more and more healthcare services will be delivered in outpatient settings such as medical office buildings (MOBs) – there’s no doubt about that.

This, of course, should mean more demand for outpatient space and MOBs, including facilities that are getting so big and so all-encompassing that they are becoming “MOBs on steroids.”

Even so, these outpatient facilities will need to be built very cost-effectively and do an efficient job of delivering medical services.

Interestingly, the recently passed healthcare reform package is not necessarily the main instigator of increasing demand for outpatient space, even though it will most likely be a significant contributor.

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