200+ Expected to Attend Healthcare & Real Estate 2012 on June 12: Growing Healthcare Sector Drives HCRE Acquisitions & New Development
NEW YORK, May 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- A new conference, Healthcare & Real Estate 2012, will bring together executives to discuss healthcare real estate and changing demand drivers as they relate to healthcare reform mandates. This high-level conference, which will be held on June 12, will bring together 200, or more, active and innovative healthcare executives for important discussion and debate on the opportunities and challenges in today's investment climate. Session titles include: Healthcare 2012 - The Public Response: Incentivizing Healthcare, BioScience and Medical Research Investment in Greater New York, and Healthcare 2012 - The Industry Response: How will the Delivery of Services Continue to be Impacted Under Reform? The conference will be held on June 12 at the Scholastic Building in New York City.
An exclusive panel, "Healthcare Real Estate 2012: The Expanding CRE Spectrum of Hospitals, MOBs, BioScience, Seniors' Housing and Research Facilities Attracts New Investors" will feature Laca Wong Hammond, Head of Healthcare Real Estate - Healthcare Investment Banking, Raymond James | Morgan Keegan; Harden L. Crawford IV, Principal, HLC Realty, LLC; Todd Jensen, Chief Investment Officer, American Realty Capital Healthcare Trust; Max G. Newland, Principal, Fremont Realty Capital and Nicholas J. Scola, Principal, H.I.G. Growth Partners.
The panel will raise important questions, including: How are the myriad of new funds approaching opportunities in medical office buildings, research facilities, hospitals, bioscience and other healthcare-related assets? Who are the active financing sources in this growing real estate space? Where is new MOB development likely to occur in the next one-to-two years? How will healthcare reform mandates continue to change delivery of services? Will reform change demand drivers for the underlying real estate? Is the election year having an impact on investment sales activity? And, how are new funds and "under the radar" investors approaching changes related to healthcare reform and delivery of services?
"In this environment of ACOs and healthcare reform, acquisition appetite for healthcare real estate has broadened beyond medical offices through the continuum of care; property types include acute care facilities, urgent care centers, clinics, and long-term care facilities. We will be discussing investment parameters from a variety of capital sources on June 12th," according to Laca Wong Hammond, Head of Healthcare Real Estate, Raymond James | Morgan Keegan.
Conference sponsors include: Health-Pro Realty Group (HPRG), ProMed Properties and Raymond James | Morgan Keegan.
Speakers represent the myriad of healthcare real estate firms, including: Ventas, Medical Properties Trust, Ernst & Young, Seniors Housing Investment Advisors, Savitt Partners, Siemens Financial Services, Inc., Health Care REIT, Inc. and Seavest Healthcare Properties.
Healthcare executives from The Suburban Hospital Alliance of New York State, ENT and Allergy Assoc., LLP, Danbury Hospital and Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center will participate in panel discussions.
"Healthcare reform calls for decreased reimbursements and belt-tightening, but the medical future looks rosy. Every day, more and more baby boomers are needing increased medical services and doctors need space to deliver those services. We will discuss more in depth on the 12th of June this paradox between lower fees and reimbursements but increased quality, competitive space requirements," according to Charles Feitel, Principal, HPRG I Health-Pro Realty Group.
For additional information or registration: www.cre-events.com/healthcare
CONTACT: Brian Klebash, +1-917-546-0738, firstname.lastname@example.org
SOURCE CapRate Events, LLC
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