May - 2017

Newmark Grubb Knight Franks's Global Healthcare Services 2017 Healthcare Outlook Report

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.

Micro-Hospitals Provide Health Care Closer to Home

These smaller hospitals tailor health care services to meet the needs of their communities. Small-scale inpatient facilities, known in the industry as micro-hospitals, are popping up across the country to offer medical care in underserved communities and provide provide a local alternative to the potentially long waits for emergency care at major hospitals.

Global Healthcare Services Structures Tax-Efficient Seller Reinvestment for Seattle MOB Disposition

Written by: Jonathan Kesler, Global Healthcare Services

The Newmark Grubb Knight Frank Global Healthcare Services team recently closed the on the sale of the Rainier Orthopedic Institute in Puyallup, WA. Anchored by Proliance Orthopedic Associates, a dominant provider of orthopedic care in the Puget Sound region, the 31,921 SF Medical Office Building (MOB) includes a state-of-the-art outpatient ambulatory surgery center and imaging suite.

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