Optimize your portfolio to realize your organization's mission.
Does my real estate portfolio support my organization’s mission for population health management and value-based care?
Does my real estate portfolio deliver an enhanced patient experience?
Are my health system locations strategically positioned to deliver optimal access and patient convenience?
How do I know I am utilizing best practices in managing my real estate portfolio?
These are the questions our clients are asking, and we have the answers. We understand the challenge of making the most of what you have while working for what you need.
Real estate comprises about 40 percent of most hospital balance sheets, and there's often an opportunity to improve your return on investment. Using data-driven insights and market analytics from Blackbird and our Portfolio Analytics Tool, we help healthcare organizations make optimum financial decisions. Even when the current market favors your investments, we can still save you up to 25 percent in occupancy costs.
Our team—with both real estate and healthcare expertise—understands the importance of patient access, patient care and population health/risk management, and how relationships work among hospitals, physicians and third-party owners/developers. We understand the implications of potential healthcare reform and have experience dealing with every type of healthcare transaction imaginable.
Improve the health of your patient population as we help reshape the care delivery model together.
JLL transaction experts have experience with virtually every type of healthcare transaction from 1,500-square-foot primary care offices and multi-specialty timeshares to 120,000-square-foot outpatient centers and free-standing emergency departments. JLL manages 5,822 healthcare leases in system-owned locations (as of Q1 2016) and has been involved in 13 million square feet of healthcare transactions in the past three years.
Portfolio strategy | Market analysis | Lease negotiation | Execution | On-site administration
How can healthcare providers stay ahead in today’s rapidly evolving market?
To meet the demands of patients and reduce costs, healthcare providers that enhance their inpatient facilities while offering new types of outpatient facilities will gain a competitive advantage. Discover more in our new Healthcare Real Estate Outlook.