It’s our job to monitor trends and track changes that impact our industry. We want to share our insights, so you can make the best decisions possible for your business.
Colorado healthcare providers have successfully embraced provider partnerships and physician alignment. Learn how the Steadman Clinic, Vail Health, and others are engaging these strategies through real estate.
The five-story, 113,000-square-foot outpatient facility supports Piedmont Newnan Hospital, expanding its convenient, full-service healthcare campus in Atlanta’s southwest suburbs.
HREI™ magazine’s national awards program honors the Chicago-based firm’s Southeastern Spine Institute – Tenet Healthcare, an ambulatory care center in Mount Pleasant, S.C.
As a proud supporter of Headstrong, Remedy is pleased to see the organization’s mission to provide veterans with barrier-free mental healthcare featured on the Today Show.
In today’s healthcare environment, it’s more important than ever to have a well-streamlined ambulatory care network. Patients continue to favor outpatient service environments as insurance costs steer them away from hospital-based care.
Remedy and its design partner BSA LifeStructures are tracking the latest trends. Access, flexibility, and transmission reduction are key concepts to bear in mind as we move into this new era.
Healthcare is traditionally viewed as focused on patient health and new treatments, but Americans today are savvy consumers. Learn about four key trends driving healthcare consumerism.
Real estate is a common stumbling block to alignment — but the right real estate partner and vehicle can help pave the way to success.
Remedy wants its buildings full of happy tenants. One way we make that happen during design and construction is by reducing tenant costs through efficient use of space.
UCHealth has partnered with Remedy once again to develop an orthopedic- and sports medicine-focused medical office building on its community-based orthopedic hospital campus.
Remedy identified Think Whole Person Healthcare (Think) as a building on the forefront of the future of medicine, and acquired the campus in 2018.