John Wilson of HSA PrimeCare Joins Roundtable at Bisnow’s National Healthcare Real Estate Summit in Philadelphia

HSA PrimeCare's John Wilson speaking at a previous Bisnow event.

HSA PrimeCare’s John Wilson speaking at a previous Bisnow event.

HSA PrimeCare president John Wilson will be a featured panelist at Bisnow’s National Healthcare Real Estate Summit to be held at the Rittenhouse Hotel in Philadphia on November 25th, 2014. The day-long healthcare real estate forum is expected to draw over 500 healthcare real estate professionals and top level health system executives from across the country to participate in a discussion about the evolution of healthcare real estate. Other featured speakers include: Barry Rabner, CEO of Princeton Healthcare System; Larry Kaiser, CEO of Temple University Health System; Richard Miller, CEO of Virtua Health System; and JoAnn Magnatta, senior vice president of real estate for Main Line Health System.

According to Bisnow’s event website, “Delivering healthcare services to a rapidly growing number of Americans has increasingly connected healthcare providers and real estate executives in new ways. Strategic use of real estate has become a tool for health systems to reach more patients, compete, cut costs, and finance new projects, all while improving quality of care. And this has created enormous opportunity for the real estate industry.”

No one is better equipped to lead a discussion regarding the strategic use of real estate in healthcare more than HSA PrimeCare’s John Wilson whose healthcare real estate advisory initiative has served clients since 1996. HSA PrimeCare partners with the nation’s leading healthcare institutions to create development, project management, leasing, monetization, and property management real estate solutions that address the needs of today’s patients while satisfying the financial goals of the health care provider. A leading developer and manager of medical office buildings in the Midwest, HSA PrimeCare is responsible for a management portfolio of health care properties in excess of one million square feet.

For more information about Bisnow’s National Healthcare Real Estate Summit, please visit the event website.

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.

HSA PrimeCare President John Wilson to Speak at Bisnow Healthcare Summit

HSA PrimeCare’s John Wilson speaking at a Bisnow event last year.

HSA PrimeCare’s John Wilson speaking at a Bisnow event last year.

Event Information:
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
7:00am – 10:00 am
Swissôtel Chicago
323 E. Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60601
$59 Early Bird Rate
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Bisnow has announced HSA PrimeCare President, John Wilson, as a featured All-Star panelist at the third annual Chicago Healthcare Real Estate Summit. Wilson will join Lillibridge CIO, Vince Cozzi; Health Care REIT SVP, Mike Noto; and others in discussing the recent and upcoming changes in medical office real estate. Following the continental breakfast, the panelists will begin at 8:00 am, and attendees are encouraged to stay for post-panel networking from 9:30 – 10:00 am.

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 and Florida.

According to Bisnow, the Summit, “will cover what is quickly becoming a healthcare facilities and medical office boom. Delivering outpatient care to local neighborhoods has connected healthcare providers and real estate executives in a new way. Strategic use of real estate has become a tool for health systems to reach more patients, cut costs, and finance new projects through consolidation, all while improving quality of care.”