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Article Commentary by: Garth Hogan, Global Healthcare Services

Millennials are starting to impact demand for change in healthcare delivery, but hospital executives are still focused on addressing the issues of delivering care to an aging population and creating an environment of community wellness with financial constraints.

Article Written by: MobileSmith

The generation gap is nothing new to social and political culture, and neither is the lack of understanding from previous to oncoming generation… Click here to view the article.

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Article commentary by: Garth Hogan, Global Healthcare Services

We support lowering the cost of healthcare through improved efficiency and technology. Patients being able to utilize smart devices will help them to stay connected providers and update valuable information between office visits and therefore keeping medical costs down.

Written by: Marco della Cava, USA Today, October 16, 2017

How about hitting your local Apple store for a quick health check-up? It's not as crazy as it sounds.

The iPhone-maker almost bought medical clinic startup Crossover Health in a move that would have potentially fast-tracked the idea of Apple-branded health kiosks popping up around the country, according to a ...

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Commentary by, Garth Hogan, Global Healthcare Services

Newmark Global Healthcare Services (GHS) continues to see new developments in the delivery of healthcare services. Telemedicine, which was referenced in our 2017 Healthcare Real Estate Outlook, has recently been trending to benefit thousands of people affected by the recent hurricanes, who temporarily had no access to physicians or care.

Article written by Julie Spitzer, Becker's Hospital Review, September 15, 2017

Jacksonville, Fla.-based Nemours Children's Health System noted a 554 percent increase in installations of its telemedicine app, CareConnect, when Hurricane Irma struck the state, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

Nemours Childr...

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Commentary by Todd Perman, Executive Managing Director, Global Healthcare Services

Tech companies are eyeing the healthcare sector as innovation, like telemedicine and drones, mature and expose big opportunities to disrupt the status quo. We’re already seeing this trend within the industry. While it’s hard to anticipate all of the ways in which technology will impact healthcare, the article illustrates how impactful this trend could be in the near future.

Article written by Praveen Suthrom with NextServices

Every time a big boy enters healthcare, there's nervous excitement in the market.

Google entered with Verily. Apple did with HealthKit. Microsoft's always been there. With Watson,...

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

2017 BOMA Medical Office Buildings and Healthcare Real Estate Conference


Transformation and Evolution – The Newmark Global Healthcare Services team attended the 2017 conference in full force this year while BOMA had record attendance of over 1,200 in Denver Colorado. Compliance, leasing, trends in healthcare design and development strategies were some of the subjects covered. Politics seemed to be absent from the panel discussions, even with the uncertainty of the effects of possible healthcare reform part 3,4 and 5. In our conversations, we heard more about concerns with the impacts of telemedicine and capi...

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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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R E C O R D Y E A R F O R H E A L T H C A R E

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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HEALTHCARE FACILITIES |MARCH 24, 2017 |HDR BLINK | JOEL WORTHINGTON & BETH ZACHERLE


Pediatric experience design must evolve beyond the common mantra of “make it fun” or “make it look kid-friendly.”


Pediatric healthcare experiences can be disruptive for the whole family, no matter the seriousness of the condition. And though every family copes differently, the ultimate goal is always to restore a sense of “normalcy”.
Focusing on providing high quality healthcare should be a given. Patients and families expect this, but they also expect more from a healthcare experience. Pediatric experience design must evolve beyond the common mantra of “make it fun&rdqu...

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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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HEALTHCARE FACILITIES |FEBRUARY 24, 2017 |LPA BLOG | MARCUS THORNE


Hospitals across the country are moving into uncharted territory as healthcare delivery in the U.S. is being reinvented. Hospitals and patients have been affected by the new Affordable Care Act (ACA) healthcare reform that rolled out nationwide in 2012. Hospitals are now faced with shrinking reimbursements and patients are seeing high deductibles. Couple this with the rise in chronic conditions, which typically do not require overnight stays, but are based on long-term treatments, and we see a trend of empty patient beds, creating lower occupancy in many hospitals.
These higher costs and low occupancy rates have forced healthca...

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