January - 2016

Demand for Medical Office Assets May Hit Plateau in 2016

Article Commentary Written by GHS Executive Managing Director, Garth Hogan

We may be seeing a recent plateau in cap rates of medical office buildings, but it is still an ideal time to monetize. Remember, the cap rates were at an “all-time” low in 2015. We predict another year of high volume in investment sales, with some adjustments in the buyer landscape.

Will Boeing Change Health Care?

Big employers like Boeing and Intel are directly contracting with hospitals in an effort to control health care prices. Some hospital CEOs see direct contracting as the future, while others wonder how they can participate.

Senior Housing Crystal Ball: Top Execs’ 2016 Predictions

A few weeks into 2016, some of the leading executives in senior housing are looking into their crystal balls as they refine their strategies for the year ahead. Senior Housing News recently asked CEOs and other top executives at some leading operators to share their predictions.

Urgent Care: Right Here, Right Now

Although in existence for decades, urgent care has seen a resurgence in recent years, thanks largely to a provider push toward outpatient treatment and the hole that urgent care stands to fill in the overall preventive health puzzle.

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