The “retailization” of healthcare will continue to increase this year, according to executives at Revista, an Annapolis, Md.-based research firm that focuses on the medical real estate industry. Revista was founded in 2013 by seniors housing industry veterans Elisa Infante Freeman, Mike Hargrave and Hilda Flower Martin.
Uber has been clouding headlines as of late, due to the drastic changes it has brought to the taxi industry. With major cities flocking to the app for its lower prices and convenience, Uber is significantly changing the market. We’ve written about how startups like Uber are taking the health care industry from a business to consumer model, but we haven’t discussed what lessons companies such as Uber can teach the industry directly.
The State Health Innovation Plans developed by 25 states – with federal government support – reveal a variety of emerging approaches to healthcare reform that will likely take root and grow more broadly around the United States, according to a new report by Accenture.
As the festivities come to an end, Newmark Knight Frank Global Healthcare Services would like to thank our clients, team members, NKF and Cantor Commercial Real Estate for a great WM Phoenix Open. We asked Garth Hogan, executive managing director of Global Healthcare Services to give us a short high level overview of the biggest trend impacting healthcare real estate today on a national basis.