September - 2016

Stark Law: The 27-Year-Old Act Killing Healthcare Reform Before it Can Begin?

Article Commentary Written by: Garth Hogan, Executive Managing Director of Global Healthcare Services, Newmark Knight Frank

As we see the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and continued implementation of reform, it's no surprise that the existing Stark Laws are being challenged on Capitol Hill.

Population Health Trend Driving Hospital, Outpatient Real Estate Decisions, Experts Say

As population health leads health systems focus on patients, it's also forcing them to re-think how they approach their real estate decisions, affecting everything from location and building design to where certain services are located.

Micro-Hospitals Could Become More Profitable Under New Rules

They're smaller and less expensive to build than traditional hospitals. But micro-hospitals, which are springing up in Indianapolis and other cities, could reap big money for their owners.

How Hospitals are Working with Uber to Get Patients to Appointments

Hospitals and health systems across the nation are partnering with Uber to ensure their patients safely make it to appointments on time, a recent Atlantic article reports

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