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Based on the success of the orthopedic hospital, UCHealth has partnered with Remedy again to develop an orthopedic- and sports medicine-focused medical office building on the campus. The new three-story, 65,000 square foot Grandview Medical Center will accommodate the high demand for orthopedic services in the Colorado Springs market and complement services provided in the hospital.
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.
Healthcare has been traditionally viewed as beyond consumer trends, more focused on patient health and new treatments than on consumer strategies. But today Americans of every generation are proving themselves to be savvy consumers increasingly accustomed to technology, convenience, information access, and affordability.
A common stumbling block to alignment is real estate, with its complex issues of investment, ownership, and lease terms that can sometimes kill a deal. But real estate doesn’t have to be an impediment if you have the right real estate partner to help you see it through. Here are five real estate vehicles that can help pave the way to physician alignment.
As a healthcare real estate owner and developer, Remedy wants its buildings full of happy tenants. One way we make that happen during design and construction is by working hard to reduce tenant costs by making efficient use of space within the new buildings.