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Colliers: 5 healthcare trends impacting commercial real estate

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1. Digital health transformation: The healthcare industry is undergoing a significant shift towards digital health solutions, including telehealth, AI diagnostics, and remote patient monitoring. This transformation is driven by advances in technology and the growing demand for accessible and efficient healthcare services.

Medical Office Buildings (MOBs): Advanced IT infrastructure integration is essential to support digital and telehealth services. This includes high-speed internet, secure data storage, and telecommunications systems.

Development Focus: Proximity to residential areas and technology hubs is crucial for easy access and collaboration. This is particularly important for telehealth services, which require seamless connectivity.
IT investment: Significant investments in building upgrading are needed to incorporate robust digital capabilities. This includes upgrading existing facilities and developing new ones equipped with the latest technology to meet the demands of digital health services.

2. Value-based care
The healthcare industry is moving from a fee-for-service model to value-based care, emphasizing patient outcomes and cost-effectiveness. This approach focuses on providing high-quality care while also reducing healthcare costs.

Ambulatory care centers: There is a growing demand for cost-effective treatment centers that offer a variety of outpatient services. These centers are designed to provide high-quality care at a lower cost compared to traditional hospitals.

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Suburban sprawl: Development in suburban areas is necessary to offer accessible outpatient services to a larger population. This change helps reduce congestion in urban hospitals and brings health services closer to where people live.

Integrated facilities: The need for facilities that support comprehensive care is growing. These integrated centers provide a continuum of care from diagnosis to treatment, improving patient outcomes and reducing costs.

3. Aging Population and Chronic Disease Management
An aging population and the prevalence of chronic diseases are driving the need for long-term care and specialized treatment centers. This demographic shift requires a significant increase in healthcare services focused on chronic disease management and care for the elderly.

Senior facilities: There is an expansion of facilities that serve seniors and people with chronic illnesses. These facilities must offer a range of services, from independent living to full-time medical care.

Specialized Treatment Centers: The growth in demand for outpatient services focused on the management of chronic diseases is remarkable. These centers provide ongoing care and follow-up to patients with chronic illnesses, reducing the need for hospital admissions.

Facility adaptability: Developing spaces that can evolve with advances in healthcare and patient needs is crucial. This includes designing facilities that can be easily modified to incorporate new technologies and treatment methods.

4. Healthcare workforce evolution
The demand for healthcare professionals, especially in nursing and specialty fields, is increasing. This trend is driven by the growing health needs of the population and advances in medical technology.

Training centres: The development of spaces dedicated to the training and continuing education of health personnel is essential. These centers help ensure that healthcare professionals are up-to-date with the latest medical practices and technologies.

Flexible spaces: It's important to create adaptable workspaces that can accommodate the dynamic needs of healthcare providers. This includes flexible schedules, shared workspaces, and telehealth capabilities.

On-site services: Improvements to healthcare facilities are necessary to support staff well-being and retention. This includes providing services such as gyms, break rooms, and childcare facilities to improve job satisfaction and reduce turnover.

5. Regulatory and Policy Changes
Changes in healthcare policies, including reimbursement rates and insurance coverage, are impacting the industry. In addition, there is an increased focus on data privacy and security in healthcare IT systems.
Compliance updates: Real estate must comply with new regulations, particularly in data privacy and patient care standards. This includes updating facilities to comply with new healthcare regulations and ensuring safe data handling practices.

Cost management: Real estate strategies should focus on cost efficiency in response to policy-driven reimbursement changes. This includes optimizing the use of space and reducing operating costs while maintaining high standards of patient care.

Investment in security: It is critical to update security measures to protect patient data and ensure compliance with stricter regulations. This includes the implementation of advanced cyber systems.

Duván Chaverra Agudelo
Author: Duván Chaverra Agudelo
Jefe Editorial en Latin Press, Inc,.
Comunicador Social y Periodista con experiencia de más de 16 años en medios de comunicación. Apasionado por la tecnología y por esta industria. [email protected]

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