Survey Results: Medical Office Buildings Remain an Attractive and Stable Investment Despite Volatile Capital Markets
Despite significant volatility in the capital markets and operating and financial headwinds in the healthcare industry, medical office buildings are holding their own as attractive investment opportunities, according to our survey of a diverse range of real estate investors.
Improving Performance Across the Real Estate Portfolio
As health systems continue to face intense operational and financial pressures, performance improvement initiatives must reach all aspects of the organization. Often overlooked in...
Addressing Housing Affordability for the Healthcare Workforce
Housing affordability—a problem that used to affect primarily the healthcare workforce in large urban centers and high-priced enclaves—is becoming an issue in a growing number of...
Aligning Real Estate Within the Context of Strategy, Operations, and Finance
Health system leaders must determine how effectively their real estate portfolio supports the system’s strategic objectives, operational needs, and financial commitments, and how that portfolio might be realigned to better support the system.
Renters or Owners: Real Estate and Physician Affiliation
When health system leaders are thinking about building a medical office building or ambulatory surgery center as part of their ambulatory and physician affiliation strategy, the first question they should ask is, “Do we need to incentivize physicians in this market with real estate and create owners instead of renters?”