Midwest Healthcare Real Estate 2016

  • BuiltWorlds Media 1260 West Madison Street Chicago, IL, 60607 United States

Attendee: “Perfect balance of focusing on healthcare real estate and covering all aspects linked to it such as trends, practices, strategy"

Panelist: "This was the most fun I’ve had doing these types of things. The format wasn’t like the usual things I do"

Morning Sessions:

What’s Hot, What’s Not in Healthcare Real Estate – A Candid Off-Script Dialogue with Senior Leaders

Competition, consolidation, and changing economics are forcing a dramatic rethink of the healthcare we’ve known for the past century. No formal presentations in this session – just tough questions and real answers. Be sure to take notes as we dig deep into the current thinking of strategic leaders on future size, scope, location, mergers and acquisition, facility types, service lines, and ownership.

Mining Demographic & Medical Data to Find Gold in Healthcare Real Estate

See how the latest in the science of demographics, GIS, and “Big Medical Data” can uncover. Learn whether your new healthcare project is in the right place at the right time; or if an existing project is missing a great opportunity, or past its financial prime.
-Tod Fetherling, CEO of Perception Health, based in Nashville

Best of TED: Latest Research, Design & Construction Solutions
Quick-hitting TED format sessions give you the latest research, and innovative solutions you can start using immediately. You will receive supplemental supporting material. Covering:

  • ACA After Implementation: Winners, Losers and Shifting Thoughts of Healthcare Leaders - Results of Healthcare Leaders Survey Commissioned by Mortenson Construction with Larry Arndt, General Manager of Chicago office

  • Reimagining Outpatient Care Facilities for the Future

  • Breathing New Life into Aging Healthcare Facilities

  • Repurposing Buildings for Healthcare

Luncheon & Networking

Afternoon Sessions:

Survival of the Fittest: Why Mergers & Acquisitions are Reshaping Healthcare Facilities, How to Survive the Shakeout

Hospital mergers and acquisition of physician practices are forcing a top to bottom reevaluation of every piece of the bricks and mortar delivery model in healthcare. Some healthcare facilities will expand, others repositioned, new ones built, and some shuttered. Pickup strategies, tactics, and insights on the tough decisions healthcare providers must make.

Healthcare Real Estate Market Trends – What the Data Really Means
Get the latest research and analysis on what’s currently happening in the healthcare real estate market and where healthcare systems and investors can profit.

Evaluating Real Estate Options for Healthcare Providers - Lease, Own, Partner, Sell
Healthcare is discovering the same truth that Corporate America faced in the 1980s – real estate ownership is not always the best use of hard-earned capital. This roundtable digs deep into the real issues for healthcare providers: impact on bond rating, monetization, long-term control, surplus assets, and strategies and tactics that work.

Negotiating Healthcare Leases

  • The Regulatory Traps That Are Snaring Landlords and Tenants in Clinics and MOBs

  • Leasing Strategies that Create Flexibility and Yield Win-Win Deals

  • Averting T/I Build Out Problems and Disputes in Leased Healthcare Facilities

  • Hot Button Issues in Leasing Outpatient Care Facilities in Retail and Office Buildings

-Moderated by: B. Alan Whitson, RPA, Author of “327 Questions to Ask Before You Sign A Lease” and “Understanding Regulatory Issues in Leasing Medical Office Buildings and Healthcare Facilities”

Who Should Attend:

  • Hospital, Healthcare System, and Physician Group: Senior healthcare executives and trustees, finance, real estate and facilities professionals, strategic planners, in-house architects
  • Design/Build: Architects, designers, engineers, and contractors
  • Real Estate: Developers, investors, REITs, lenders, real estate brokers, accountants, lawyers, consultants, appraisers, title insurance companies, property and casualty insurers, valuation specialists
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