Webinar: COVID-19 and Healthcare/Medical Office Real Estate
On April 14, a panel of top industry executives discussed the effects of COVID-19 on healthcare and medical office real estate. The recorded panel discussion between industry experts is available in a recorded version here.
The webinar addressed the following topics regarding the novel coronavirus and the healthcare and medical office sector:
- The real estate impact of the COVID-19 crisis at hospitals, medical office buildings and urgent cares
- The long-term need for more hospital/care facilities and the loosening of regulatory restrictions on expansions
- The types of buildings that allow for the greatest amount flexibility as well as how space can be converted to other uses
- Incorporating design features conducive to flexibility
- Management and operations protocols coming about as a result of the pandemic
- The growing use and popularity of telemedicine: Is it a short-term response to the crisis, or could it take hold and force the industry to re-think space usage and demand?
- The short- and long-term impact on leasing, the investment market and the development market
- Monetization deals and how they could become more prevalent with elective surgeries down and systems bleeding cash
- Rent non-payment or abatements and Stark Law implication
- Lorie Damon, Cushman & Wakefield (Moderator)
- David Park, Novant Health
- Steven Stubbs, Adventist Health
- Mervyn Alphonso, Anchor Health Properties
- Lorie Damon, Cushman & Wakefield
- Julia Fetzer, Blue Cottage by CannonDesign
Click here to listen to the recorded version of the discussion about the present and future of healthcare and medical office real estate in the face of the threat from the coronavirus. The cost is only $79.