Posted September 07, 2014
Increasing the environmental sustainability of healthcare facilities is a trend that will continue inexorably, pushed forward by social, political, and technological forces. The healthcare delivery industry is experiencing an accelerating pace of change in environmental sustainability and health care reform. As a steward of the environment and of real estate investment funds, NexCore Group strives to be both a good environmental citizen and a reliable development partner for all stakeholders.
Posted August 19, 2014
Becker Hospital Review’s recent article “20 healthcare investment niches and 3 things to know: The evolution of healthcare as an investment area” refers to healthcare real estate investment as healthcare “lite”, and like the beer of the same name the market sector is as frothy as it’s ever been.
Over the last 20 years, the healthcare real estate industry has evolved from the margins as an ignored (and even maligned) sector to become one of the hottest sectors in the real estate industry.
Posted March 18, 2013
NexCore Group was represented again this year at the “2013 Health Facility Planning, Design and Construction Summit” (PDC Summit) held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from February 24-27.
As the largest meeting of its kind, thousands of healthcare professionals gathered for a stimulating plenary session and keynote presentations, concurrent breakout sessions in specialty track areas of interest, exhibition hall booths, evening networking opportunities and pre-conference project tours of innovative healthcare facilities.
Posted March 11, 2013
NexCore Group attended the Health Dimensions Group National Summit: Shifting From Reform Strategy to Operational Reality in San Diego on March 4-6. The sponsor, Health Dimensions Group, is a consultant specializing in offering services to the post-acute care industry, and most of the attendees were operators, planners, consultants who were involved in this sector of care.
Posted February 12, 2013
Gone are the high-risk, pioneering days of medical fitness development. Today’s medical fitness centers are thriving for three reasons:
1. Fitness programs are integrated with physician and outpatient services.
2. A state-of-the-art design has enhanced operational efficiencies.
3. Strategic and business plans are focused on meeting the needs of unhealthy populations rather than competing with health clubs.