GLOBAL HEALTHCARE SERVICES

NEWMARK KNIGHT FRANK

LOOKING BACK ON 2013, NKF’S GLOBAL HEALTHCARE SERVICES TEAM REVIEWS TOP 10 TRENDS IN THE INDUSTRY



  • Significant M&A activity between hospitals and providers




  • “Deconstruction of the Hospital” moving from inpatient to outpatient “off campus”




  • New development of “Super Clinics” anticipating 32 million new patients




  • Emphasis on community based urgent care rather than emergency room




  • LEED certifications – incorporation of Lean architecture principles to create efficiencies and maximize patient “through-put”




  • Real estate became relevant to hospital executives – Cost containment and utilization




  • Lease rates have stabilized and increased in some markets




  • CAP rates for MOB sales have compressed, up to 100 basis points in 2013 over 2012




  • MOB sales volume was slightly lower than 2012




  • MOB’s emerged as one of the dominant “risk adverse” investments



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