Healthcare Solutions |
The healthcare industry is grappling the enormous challenge of how to provide the highest level of patient care with shrinking funding sources. Facing increased pressures to reduce costs, while dealing with shifting demographics and providing long-term solutions to facilitate the increased demand for ambulatory care, the growing healthcare industry requires real estate experts that understand the increasingly complex relationships between hospitals, physicians, and even government regulations.
Navigating healthcare solutions is inherently more difficult than negotiating conventional office transactions. We are focused on providing occupiers with long-term healthcare solutions. These services include:
At no cost to clients, we provide an efficient method - in terms of both time and bottom line - of locating the optimum place and space for a medical office or facility.
- Extensive Research
- Market Analysis
- Site Selection
- Space Plan Evaluation
- Lease or Purchase Negotiation
- Primary Market Analysis
- Advertising and Promotion
- Project Positioning
- Sale/Leasing Marketing Plans
- Site Selection
- Zoning Analysis
- Rental Market Survey
- Pro Forma Analysis
- Project Scheduling
- Design Development
- Marketing and Leasing
- Construction Management
- Tenant Lease-Up/Build-Out
- Match Properties with Investment Criteria
- Conduct Due Diligence
- Purchase Contract Negotiations
- Feasibility Studies
- Rental Market Surveys
Trends you need to know that effect medical real estate:
- America's 78 million baby boomers began turning 65 in 2011.
- Medicare enrollees grew from 29 million in 1981 to 42.5 million in 2005 (Source: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Data released July 2005).
- Health care spending is expected to increase from 17.6 percent of GDP in 2009 to 19.8 percent in 2020 (Source: Congressional Budget Office).
- The number of free-standing Ambulatory Care Surgery Centers grew from 2,425 in 1996 to 5,197 in 2006 (Source: Verispan, 2006 Guide to Healthcare Market Segments, 2006).
- Outpatient surgical procedures accounted for 55% of total surgeries in 2005, compared to 7% of total surgeries in 1981 (Source: American Hospital Association).
- Declining reimbursements for physicians.
- Aging facilities. According to a recent survey by Hospital & Health Networks, A majority of organizations (60 percent of hospitals, 68 percent of health systems) need to replace aging facilities.
- In the period from 2008 through 2018, health care industry employment is projected to grow by nearly 23 percent, compared to about 9 percent for all other employment sectors, with over three million jobs (Source: BLS).
Healthcare Transactions Completed
View a sample list of VCRE's completed healthcare transactions HERE.