Newmark’s Global Healthcare Services team is one of the largest and most experienced healthcare real estate teams in the country, advising healthcare clients seeking to maximize value on assets and implement long term business strategies. The Global Healthcare Services team provides clients with a single source solution for every phase of acquiring, financing, developing and disposing healthcare real estate. The team comprises real estate transaction and consulting professionals with more than 130 combined years of experience serving hospitals, health systems and medical office building owners throughout the U S and across the globe.
Our services include:
- Ambulatory strategy
- Brokerage (tenant and landlord representation)
- Capital planning for healthcare providers and developers
- Investment sales and capital markets
- Healthcare real estate regulatory compliance
- Leasing advisory
- Physician and hospital alignment
- Property and facilities management
- Project and development management
- Strategic capital planning for healthcare providers and developers
- Valuation and advisory services
We focus on the following areas when partnering with any healthcare organization:
Looking beyond real estate, Global Healthcare Services takes a holistic view of our clients’ overall objectives by implementing strategies that reduce costs and increase profitability. We execute aggressive, proactive cost-reduction strategies, ranging from simply changing the light bulbs to renegotiating current leases, tracking expenditures to applying procurement and spend analysis. Our firm’s integrated services model provides asset management, valuation, lease administration, facilities management and transaction services to deliver a comprehensive cost-reduction strategy.
Over fifty percent of the Office of Inspector General’s investigations begin with real estate, and the Global Healthcare Services team is dedicated to navigating Safe Harbor, Stark and Anti-Kickback statutes. Our Healthcare compliance experts specialize in regulatory issues affecting hospitals, health systems and physician practices, helping clients establish fair market value by conducting mock audits and implementing the modifications necessary to be in compliance.
GCS Healthcare Economic and Asset Development (EAD) specialists focus on determining and executing the right financial strategy for an organization. The GCS EAD methodology leverages proprietary research and market intelligence to develop utilization, optimization and disposition strategies involving healthcare campuses, re-use plans, redevelopment and the variations of core and non-core assets.
The healthcare industry is in constant flux. This means selecting the right site or creating a strategy that procures more of the right patients may be the difference between maintaining margins or falling significantly behind. GCS Healthcare analysts work behind the scenes to implement profitable revenue strategies by identifying where the patients are, where they are going and how to attract additional patients.
Data aggregation tools are critical to the decision-making process. By determining the appropriate key performance indicators (KPIs), GCS creates analytics which may include demographics and psychographics as well as a client’s unique financial data, payer mix, procedure mix, physician contract information and other data. Predictive analytics and decision science capabilities empower clients to develop strategies more quickly and easily.
Healthcare Provider Strategies Post-COVID-19
The following report outlines specific data points that illustrate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on independent medical practices and health systems. It also highlights certain initiatives that providers can implement to mitigate the financial losses that are incurring as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.