So what's the prognosis for healthcare providers and investors?

 

Our new report provides key insights to help you make better decisions:

New construction is not keeping pace with employment and the rising demand for care. Providers should consider new locations and higher quality facilities to compete in the long-term.

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Patients continue to want convenience and efficiency. The demand for more easily accessible locations and a need to provide lower cost care, means that providers continue to move care outside hospital walls.  

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Innovations like robotic surgery and new anesthesia techniques are fueling the trend to outpatient facilities. Patients are able to return home sooner and receive higher quality care – which means healthcare providers can improve financial performance and enhance their reputation.

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Medical office building (MOB) fundamentals continue to rise. The rents for MOBs have reached new highs in the first quarter of 2019 and new construction seeks to keep up with the demand. New York, San Francisco and Chicago are leading markets for total new MOB square footage under construction.

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New types of investors are attracted by stable growth in the MOB sector. Investments are no longer dominated by specialty real estate investment trusts (REITs).

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The 2019 Healthcare Outlook combines a plethora of the latest industry data with actionable insights – for both providers and investors.

 

  • U.S. population
  • New construction
  • Top MOB markets

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