healthcare Archives

Veyo aims to recruit 1,200 Phoenix drivers


‘Tis the season to make some extra cash! Veyo, a new healthcare logistics company with target service for the healthcare industry, plans to bring 1,200 earning opportunities to Phoenix Metro before the end of the year. By offering higher per­-mile rates than similar app-­based transportation services and a majority of trips fall between 6 a.m.… Read More →

Population growth to drive healthcare demand


THE BROADER VIEW The Greater Phoenix medical office market is being supported by demographic factors, with the expanding local population base fueling demand for healthcare services. These trends should continue in the years ahead, following a lull brought on by the recession. While the long-term sources of demand are in place, the healthcare industry continues… Read More →

The effect of mergers on healthcare real estate

Phoenix Children's Hospital
by in AZRE Magazine | Featured | Real Estate

Healthcare in America is changing and bringing real estate with it. Healthcare networks are growing their market shares, and healthcare mergers and acquisitions have been on the rise in the first half of 2014, according to an August report by Berkery Noyes. Deal volume increased during that time by 18 percent, to the tune of… Read More →

Orion Health opens development center in Scottsdale


Orion Health, a population health management company, announced the opening of its new development center in Scottsdale. The Orion Health ‘Center of Excellence’ will serve as the company’s North American research and solution center, supporting big data analytics technology development, focused on providing decision support to clinicians and patients, and solution support for clients’ population… Read More →

Paradise Valley Hospital celebrates 30th anniversary

Paradise Valley Hospital current - Copy

Abrazo Health’s Paradise Valley Hospital will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a free Autumn Festival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 25 at the hospital, 3929 E. Bell Road. Free food, blood pressure checks, bicycle safety, posture checks, shoe assessment for wound care are among the highlights.  A walk-in inflatable heart exhibit will educate… Read More →

Experts: Slow, steady economic recovery for Arizona

Our economy continues to slowly improve, with the healthcare and biosciences industry having the most potential for local employment growth. That was just one of the positive signs that came out of last week’s Economic Outlook 2015, presented by the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (GPCC) and Cox Communications. Nearly 800 business leaders attended the… Read More →

Banner Health acquiring all UA medical facilities


In a historic move that will transform the health care landscape in Arizona, the University of Arizona Health Network (UAHN) and the University of Arizona (UA) executed a Principles of Agreement document with Banner Health, to create a statewide health care organization and a comprehensive new model for academic medicine. This ground-breaking agreement will formalize… Read More →

Fisher & Phillips Adds New Practice Group


Fisher & Phillips LLP announced that it has formed a new Government Solutions Practice Group to help employers who are faced with a fluid and evolving legislative and regulatory regime at the federal, state and local levels of government. The practice focuses on labor and employment legislation and regulations in areas such as: workplace discrimination;… Read More →

Op-Ed: A healthy advantage

Ron Genovese, founder and designated broker of GPE.
by in AZRE Magazine | Blogs | Industry Insiders

The Affordable Care Act has upended the healthcare landscape, and along with it, the office footprint for many physician practices. Fast-changing technology and related healthcare reform requirements are also shaping tomorrow’s medical spaces. Meanwhile, demand for medical office buildings will increase up to 20 percent by the middle of this decade, estimates the Urban Land… Read More →

GPE Releases Metro Phoenix Healthcare RE Market Overview

by in Business News

As we end 2013 and begin 2014, the question healthcare landlords and tenants are asking is, “How is the Affordable Care Act (ACA) going to affect me as it is implemented?” Providers continue to remain uncertain of their practice’s future by requesting shorter lease terms and renewal terms. Healthcare organizations such as Banner Health (“Banner”)… Read More →

CBRE Hires Kate Morris and Vince Femiano

Vince and Kate, CBRE
by in Newsmakers

CBRE has hired First Vice President Kate Morris and Vice President Vince Femiano, the top healthcare tenant brokerage team in the local commercial real estate industry, to join the firm’s Healthcare Services Group in Phoenix, Ariz. The duo will focus their attention on the dynamic local healthcare market, and will be providing services to healthcare… Read More →

Healthy Side Effect: ACA's impact on CRE, sustainability

Photo by Gregg Mastorakos

There’s another trend growing out of the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) emphasis on wellness. Mark Stapp, a professor of real estate practice and executive director of Arizona State University’s Master of Real Estate Development program at the W.P. Carey School of Business, says the trend can benefit Arizona’s economic development efforts. “You say sustainability, and… Read More →

Healthy Outlook: Affordable Care Act means new healthcare opportunities in CRE

Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center in Phoenix.  Photo / Gregg Mastorakos

“Tastes great!” “Less filling!” The old beer adage flavors trends in healthcare commercial real estate entering the Age of Affordable Care Act (ACA). There are tasty opportunities for new types of healthcare real estate and a glut of less-filled medical office buildings (MOB) that may result from consolidations. Healthcare providers are looking for patient-luring, high… Read More →

David Derr Joins Shepley Bulfinch

David Derr
by in Architecture | Medical | Newsmakers

Shepley Bulfinch is pleased to welcome healthcare planning and design leader David H. Derr, AIA, as a principal in the firm’s Phoenix office, where he will lead the healthcare practice in the Southwest. In announcing the appointment, Shepley Bulfinch president Carole Wedge said: “David’s strategic understanding of regional and national healthcare trends are a real… Read More →