HSA PrimeCare Healthcare Real Estate Advisors Featured at Two Upcoming Events

In the upcoming months, there are two opportunities to hear HSA PrimeCare healthcare real estate professionals share their expertise on current Midwest market trends.

Jon  E. Boley, SVP

Jon E. Boley, SVP

CAPRATE Events has announced HSA PrimeCare Senior Vice President of Acquisitions, Jon Boley, as a featured panelist at the Second Annual Chicago & Midwest Healthcare Real Estate Summit. This Thursday, Boley will speak alongside McGuire Woods Partner, Scott Becker; Waller Partner, Jeffrey Calk; Cushman & Wakefield Managing Principal, Mark Johnson; and Navigant Director, Michael O’Keefe in discussing the evolution of the healthcare real estate lease. Attendees of the full-day conference will enjoy breakfast, lunch, and multiple networking breaks throughout the day, in addition to informational panels featuring healthcare real estate experts.

In his role at HSA PrimeCare, Jon Boley is responsible for sourcing, underwriting and closing medical facility developments and acquisitions, as well as providing market and financial analysis, risk analysis, asset evaluations and related economic modeling for PrimeCare‘s healthcare real estate portfolio as well as prospective medical office transactions.

John Wilson, President

John Wilson, President

Next month, HSA PrimeCare President, John Wilson, will speak at Bisnow’s 4th annual healthcare real estate event, “How Attractive is that Investment?” Other panelists include Ventas EVP, John Cobb; Northwestern Memorial Healthcare VP, Gina Weldy; Cushman & Wakefield Senior Director, Loren Guzik; and others. The panelists will begin the discussion at 8:00am, following a networking breakfast and end at 10:00am, after a “post-game schmooze.”

In 1995, John Wilson created a healthcare real estate advisory initiative, which has grown into HSA PrimeCare. John oversees the growth of this group, which has served clients such as Advocate / Good Samaritan Hospital, Christ Medical Center, Lutheran General Hospital, University of Chicago Hospitals, Silver Cross Hospital, Children’s Memorial Hospital, Franciscan Alliance, Ingalls Health System, and Loyola Medical Center, to name a few. HSA PrimeCare has quickly grown its portfolio of developed and purchased properties to over 20+ healthcare facilities, and now manages medical properties totaling over one million square feet across the Midwest.

According to Bisnow, the event will include, “plenty of schmooze time and discussion topics ranging from the future of hospital and health system financial survival, the creation of private-public partnerships, and the impact of Obamacare on the greater Chicagoland area.”

CAPRATE Events’ Healthcare Real Estate Summit Information:
Thursday, June 18, 2015
7:30am – 3:35pm
American Dental Association Conference Center
211 E. Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611
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Bisnow’s “How Attractive is that Investment?” Event Information:
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Venue TBD
$65 Early Bird Rate
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HSA PrimeCare President, John Wilson, Discusses the “Medical Home Model” of care at CAPRATE Events’ Healthcare & Real Estate: Chicago Event

Pictured, left to right: Thomas W. Tift, III, John Wilson, and Jonathan M. Wolf.

Pictured, left to right: Thomas W. Tift, III, John Wilson, and Jonathan M. Wolf.

Last Thursday, Chicago’s most active healthcare real estate developers, investors, and medical providers came together at the Mart Plaza to discuss the implications of recent trends in healthcare real estate. CAPRATE Events’ Healthcare & Real Estate event was broken up into eight panel discussions, which covered a wide range of topics from upcoming investment opportunities in senior housing to current requirements of debt and equity sources when financing healthcare real estate transactions.

HSA PrimeCare President, John Wilson, spoke on a panel entitled, “Evolution of the Healthcare Real Estate Lease: What are the Ramifications of the Affordable Care Act on Leasing, and How Have Terms Changed?”

During the discussion, Wilson engaged the audience with his description of the “Medical Home Model” of care. This is a team-based model of care whereby the team leader is a primary care physician who coordinates a patient’s care with specialists and other healthcare providers. This model stresses integrative medicine and team work amongst the providers. The physical design of the space allows for flexible exam rooms that house various providers in a given day or week. The space will also house consult rooms and collaboration areas. The clinic space is organized in a cluster of exam pods with an open area for providers to dock electronics and engage with one another. The Model utilizes corridors on either side of the exam room pods to create a segmented on-stage and off-stage area for the physicians; therefore, the physician and staff would enter the exam room from a second private area, opposite from where the patient entered to create different patient and employee experiences.

Healthcare Real Estate Insights (HREI) Publisher, Murray Wolf, moderated the panel, which included Jeffrey A. Calk, Partner at Waller Law; Mark Johnson, Director of Property Management at C&W Healthcare Solutions; Thomas W. Tift, III, President and CEO at HealthAmerica Realty Group; and Jonathan M. Wolfe, Principal at Stream Capital Partners.