While many physician practices own their real estate and enjoy the benefits of a long-term investment, most also suffer from the complexities and demands of such an asset. With continued pressure from regulators, payors, and patients, should providers also be burdened with property ownership?
Collin Hart of ERE Healthcare Real Estate Advisors discusses: Partnering With Private Equity and Holding Your Real Estate for Cash Flow (Part 2 of 5)
Collin Hart, CEO of ERE Healthcare Real Estate Advisors joins a panel of Industry Experts to discuss the latest medical real estate trends.
Collin Hart of ERE Healthcare Real Estate Advisors discusses: Monetizing Your Practice Real Estate to Create Partnership Alignment (Part 1 of 5)
Facing a changing healthcare environment driven by consolidation and pressure on reimbursements, providers who own their practice real estate should be aware of the opportunities available through a sale and leaseback transaction.
Marc Flynn of ERE Healthcare Real Estate Advisors featured in D CEO | Healthcare, discuses: When Physician Real Estate Owners Should Buy and Sell.
Given an increasing population and greater demand for enhanced healthcare services, technological development is anticipated to contribute to efficiency of both patient and healthcare processes.
While there are challenges facing reimbursements for dialysis care operators, it is expected that the need for dialysis services will continue.
ERE Healthcare Real Estate Advisors ("ERE") is pleased to announce the hiring of Jamion Nash
In this episode we talk about when a physician should buy vs rent their practice space, properly structuring a lease, and exit strategies surrounding practice real estate.