This Week in Healthcare Real Estate – 11.17.17

Healthcare Real Estate News

My weekly round-up of the top healthcare real estate news from around the United States:

Medical Office Buildings Expected to Remain Resilient, Despite Changes in Payment Policies
Transformation is the major theme driving the business of healthcare delivery in the United States, so it is not surprising that the medical office building (MOB) sector is also seeing fundamental changes. In one foundational shift, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) reduced physician reimbursements for certain outpatient services delivered in off-campus… National Real Estate Investor

The Role of Ambulatory Health Care in a Transitioning Payment Environment
Today’s health systems face more competition than ever before. Retail health providers and private equity-backed organizations have joined the ranks of traditional health system competitors. In this new environment, ambulatory health care is a defensive tactic to respond to changes… Buxton

Connect Healthcare 2017—Where We Are & Where We Are Going
From leasing to new investor interest, the healthcare real estate sector is firing on all cylinders. That was the message five industry experts shared with a crowd hungry for information and insights at Connect Healthcare 2017. This year is turning into a record-breaking year in terms of acquisition volume, according to Revista’s Hilda Flower Martin… Connect Media

New medical device innovation facility opens at Texas Medical Center
Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Cos. (JJMDC) on Nov. 9 opened the new 26,000-square-foot Center for Device Innovation at the Texas Medical Center (CDI @ TMC) in Houston. The new facility represents a collaboration between Johnson & Johnson Innovation LLC (JJI) and TMC that is intended to accelerate development and commercialization of breakthrough… Health Facilities Management

Medistar Announces Development of Major Medical Tower at Texas Medical Center
Medistar Corporation (“Medistar”) announced today that it has begun development of a major medical tower, located at 6700 Main Street in Houston’s Texas Medical Center. The developer will break ground on the 550,000-square-foot health care tower in the second or third quarter of 2018… PR Newswire

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