Healthcare Reform, Capital Markets, Market Trends are Focus of Upcoming BOMA Conference on Healthcare Real Estate

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Hundreds of healthcare real estate executives from all across the U.S. will convene May 4-6 for BOMA International’s Medical Office Building & Healthcare Facilities Conference to hear experts share insights into how hospitals are preparing to implement healthcare reform, how physician practice acquisition impacts real estate planning, what trends to watch and more.

BOMA International's Medical Office Building & Healthcare Facilities Conference, May 4-6, in Dallas, Texas

Hundreds of healthcare real estate professionals will be in attendance.

Given healthcare reform, mergers and acquisitions, and capital constraints, the landscape for healthcare real estate has never been more in flux or intriguing...

The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International has announced the general session line-up for the 2011 Medical Office Buildings & Healthcare Facilities Conference, May 4-6, 2011. BOMA’s targeted conference program features one-and-a-half days of intensive education on the most important issues facing the healthcare real estate industry as well as opportunities for participants to network with key players including a tradeshow. Lillibridge, a Ventas Company, is the presenting sponsor.

“Given healthcare reform, mergers and acquisitions, and capital constraints, the landscape for healthcare real estate has never been more in flux or intriguing...and attending BOMA’s Medical Office Buildings & Healthcare Facilities Conference has never been more important,” says Neil Carolan, vice president, chief physician development officer and network real estate, Carondelet Health Network and vice chair, BOMA’s Medical Office Buildings and Healthcare Facilities Committee.

“BOMA’s Medical Office Buildings & Healthcare Facilities Conference is the industry’s largest and most important gathering for the latest education, trends and insights in healthcare real estate,” noted BOMA chair-elect Boyd Zoccola, executive vice president, Hokanson Companies, Inc. “It’s also where the powerful business network of healthcare real estate professionals meet to share ideas, challenges and solutions.” Review the complete speaker list.

BOMA's healthcare real estate conference program includes four timely general sessions. The program opens with “Healthcare Evolution: Scoping the Latest Trends,” sponsored by CB Richard Ellis on Thursday, May 5. Panelists include:
■ Dr. Steven Mansfield, CEO, Methodist Dallas Medical Center
■ Steve Jones, Chairman of the Board, Hoag Hospital and CEO of Snyder Langston
■ Kevin Holloran, Director, Standard & Poor’s
■ Gordon Soderlund, Senior Vice President, Director—Business Development, Lend Lease DASCO LLC, moderator

Also on Thursday is “Capital Markets: Full Recovery?,” sponsored by USAA Real Estate Company. Panelists include:
■ P.J. Camp, Managing Director, Shattuck Hammond Partners
■ Alan Pontius, Managing Director, Healthcare Real Estate Group, Marcus & Millichap
■ Jeffrey H. Cooper, Executive Managing Director, Savills, LLC
■ Jim Moloney, Managing Director and Head of Real Estate, Cain Brothers & Company, LLC
■ Raymond Wong, Executive Director, CB Richard Ellis Limited, Americas Research Operations, Global Research and Consulting
■ Jonathan Winer, Executive Vice President, Seavest, Inc., moderator

On Friday, May 6, “Anatomy of a Trend: Assessing Future Demand for In and Outpatient Facilities,” sponsored by Healthcare Realty, features:
■ Dr. Connie Curran, RN, Ed.D., FAAN, President, Curran Associates
■ Michael Arvin, Consultant and former Senior Vice President, Chief Development Officer, Methodist Health System
■ Graham Reeve, CEO Baptist Health System, San Antonio, TX

BOMA International's Medical Office Buildings & Facilities Conference concludes with a general session on Friday afternoon. “Implementing Healthcare Reform: Next Steps” is sponsored by Lillibridge, a Ventas Company.

BOMA International’s Medical Office Buildings & Healthcare Facilities Conference also includes twelve sessions in three tracks: Provider Strategies, Capital Markets and Leasing and Management. Review the full program.

About BOMA International
The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International is an international federation of more than 100 local associations and affiliated organizations. Founded in 1907, its 16,500-plus members own or manage more than nine billion square feet of commercial properties. BOMA International’s mission is to enhance the human, intellectual and physical assets of the commercial real estate industry through advocacy, education, research, standards and information. Please visit us on the Web at http://www.boma.org.

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