Healthcare has reached a major inflection point in its evolution; one that will inevitably flip or at least alter the prevailing perception of the central role that hospitals play in delivering care. As ambulatory care plays an increasingly central role in the new model, health systems need to take a fresh look at their facility strategies, from site location to design to operations, as a way to enhance care delivery, attract physicians and manage costs.… Read More
Not understanding the full impact of consolidation can put hospitals at risk
In the complex landscape of healthcare systems, there has been growing pressure for consolidation. But are hospitals fully thinking through the move to acquire or be acquired? A lot goes into a successful acquisition than just a one-time financial transaction, and understanding… Read More
In an extremely cost-conscious environment, health systems are working hard to improve efficiency and lower the cost of care. One key source of untapped savings — often in the millions of dollars — lies in the active management of health system facilities. But to capture these savings, hospitals must adopt a new perspective on the value of their facilities and the role they play in profitability.
When the esteemed Max Planck Society, headquartered in Germany, set out to establish its first overseas research institute in the US, the Society had high expectations for its project management partner. Not only did their German engineers have exacting standards they wanted to see achieved in the US, but their scientists wanted an environment… Read More
Peter Belisle, Southwest Market Director, shares his perspective on the key themes of 2013 in an exclusive thought leadership video on GlobeSt.com. With the elections behind us and the fiscal cliff in the process of being resolved, this gives the investors and occupiers some predictability to define business plans for 2013 and beyond.