InterFace HRE panelists discuss how the sector can meet facilities demand
By John B. Mugford
Although the prevalence of mental health issues among adults and young people in the United States has been growing for years, it has accelerated significantly since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
So with the need for help increasing — and getting help becoming more socially acceptable — behavioral health has become a hot topic in healthcare and healthcare real estate (HRE).
A group of panelists at the 12th annual InterFace HRE Conference in Dallas in late August took a closer look at the topic, from both a healthcare and real estate perspective. It’s why this group of panelists included professionals from mental and behavioral health organizations as well as real estate professionals.
The moderator, Nathan Golik, senior VP of business development with Denver-based NexCore Group LLC, introduced the panelists, and noted that
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