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The Global Healthcare Services U.S. Healthcare Real Estate Outlook 2017 covers this year's trends in consolidation, need for capital, uncertainty with healthcare reform, value based care and consumerism as well as continued investment demand for acquiring healthcare assets. The healthcare industry continues to evolve, as it responds to the twin mandates of serving a growing patient population while controlling the rapid increase in the price of the services it delivers.

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Newmark advised on a record volume of almost £9BN of healthcare deals in 2016, most notably Priory Group and Cambian adult services, with Q4 spiking the highest level of transactions in almost 10 years. Either side of the Christmas shoulders saw Newmark dispose of almost £400m of assets including Acer Healthcare, Helen McArdle Care and various fixed income portfolios totalling some 3,500 beds. Multiples reached c.12.5 YP for high quality portfolios, 4.50% NIY for fixed income and c.£500,000 per bed for Super Prime luxury care homes.

Predictions for 2017 are:

• New category of Super Prime for future proof luxury care homes


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Jeff Lagasse, Associate Editor | Healthcare Finance

If adopted, the bill would repeal sections of the ACA that, since 2011, prevented new physician-owned hospitals from participating in Medicare.

Shortly after Valentine's Day, Representative Sam Johnson, R-Texas, introduced a bill to the House of Representatives that put a spotlight on a contentious debate regarding the propriety of physician-owned hospitals. If adopted, the Patient Access to Higher Quality Health Care Act of 2017 would repeal sections of the Affordable Care Act that, since 2011, have effectively prevented new physician-owned hospitals from participating in the Medicare program.

Prior to the ACA, the "whole hospital" exception...

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Written by: Garth Hogan | Executive Managing Director, Global Healthcare Services, Newmark

2016 has been an unforgettable year in healthcare, interest rates and politics. Even with the uncertainty of an election year and the threat of repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA), remarkably, healthcare real estate growth and investment demand stayed strong. Transaction volume was lower than 2015 but we saw an increased demand for the medical office building (MOB) asset class as private equity and foreign investment is becoming more familiar with the nuances of healthcare. With the yearend reports yet to be finalized, here are some recent highlights:

  • Transaction Volume – Q3’2016 closed w...
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Written by: Amy Baxter | Senior Housing News

Senior housing has really been able to stand on its own two feet as a significant real estate class as of late, with more investors from outside the industry hopping on board.

Seniors housing was the most attractive asset class for the second year in a row when compared to other commercial real estate sectors, including apartments, industrial, hotels, office and retail, investors said in a recent survey. The survey, conducted by the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC) and National Real Estate Investor (NREI), collected 200 responses in June 2016.

Here are the top reasons seniors housing has become the hottest property type, as...

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Article Commentary Written by: Todd Perman, CCIM, Executive Managing Director of Global Healthcare Services, Newmark

Politics! Is it now a four letter word? Over 84 million Americans watched the first presidential debate last week, all interested in the topics at hand and which topics were covered. Unfortunately the topic of Healthcare was not discussed.

In the last presidential election, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was front and center and President Obama was touting the plan’s benefits, and the advantages to Americans. With healthcare costs rising and nearing 18% of the Gross Domestic Product, there is no question that reform was and still is necessary, but what reform? Payer reform?...

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Global market research company Euromonitor International released today new institutional channels industry data that provides comprehensive insight on the private and public business-to-business marketplace.

According to the new research, senior care facilities are projected to experience rapid growth in both developed and emerging economies over the forecast period (2016-2021) with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.1 percent and 3.4 percent, respectively.

“Due to accelerated ageing in Western Europe, Japan and China, the need for such facilities will increase over the forecast period, outpacing other government, education and healthcare channels,&rdquo...

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The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union may have unexpected impacts on healthcare

BY SARAH SUTHERLAND ON JULY 11, 2016 | Health System Management

On June 24, the United Kingdom elected to leave the European Union (EU) after an extremely close vote of 51.9% to 48.1%. The world is still reeling from this decision, and not only the parts of the world that are directly involved with the EU. Even in the United States, major news sources are providing daily updates on the referendum, while individuals tirelessly search the web in an attempt to figure out exactly what “Brexit” means for them.

A lot is still up in the air regarding the consequences of Brexit. People must no...

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