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The State of Seattle Healthcare

Innovation, Expansion and Opportunities in Healthcare

Event Ended On: Thursday September 27 2018

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Events Speakers and Panels

The Future of Healthcare | An Executive Outlook

 Dr. Gary Kaplan

Dr. Gary Kaplan

CEO, Virginia Mason Health System
Dr. R. Guy Hudson

Dr. R. Guy Hudson

CEO, Swedish Health Services
Dr. David Flum

Dr. David Flum

Associate Chief Medical Officer, UW Medicine

Healthcare Technological Revolution: What's Next In Innovation, Strategy and Integration

Jennifer Sargent

Chief Revenue Officer, Vera Whole Health
Dr. Marc Miller

Dr. Marc Miller

Chief Medical Officer, The Polyclinic

Daniella Moreano Wahler

Senior Associate, PAE Consulting Engineers

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Registration, Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM
9:15 AM
The Future of Healthcare | An Executive Outlook
9:15 AM
10:00 AM
Healthcare Technological Revolution: What's Next In Innovation, Strategy and Integration
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
Post-Panel Networking & Schmooze

Venue/Parking

The Westin Seattle
1900 5th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

Ballroom: Cascade Ballroom, Mezzanine Level (2nd Floor)

Parking Information:
• Discounted Valet Parking $17.00 (Based on Availability)
• The Light Rail & Metro tunnel are located one block from the hotel
• Westin Building Garage: 2010 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 ($18.00 3-4 Hrs)
• Pacific Palace Garage: 1674 7th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 ($11 3 Hrs & $13 4 Hrs)

*Pricing Subject to Change*

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Event Summary

Healthcare continues to dominate national headlines, with major

mergers,

acquisitions, and

uncertainty

around the ACA.

Subsequently, there have been several opportunities within the real estate market.

CBRE's U.S. Medical Office and Healthcare

findings propose a variety of outlooks:

- The senior citizen population (65+), which is the highest per-capita healthcare spending demographic, will double by 2055

- Cost containment continues to drive hospital consolidation and expansion of outpatient facilities

- The absorption of medical office space continues to be greater than the supply, which has lead to an 8% vacancy rate (* as of Q1 2017)

- Healthcare has seen an increase in transaction volume, with nearly $10 billion for the year ending Q1 2017

As the healthcare

evolves

to keep up with industry demands, how can hospital systems, healthcare providers, senior living developers and real estate executives

work together to succeed in delivering quality healthcare and assisted living facilities, while maintaining a valuable return on investment?

Find out this and more at

our State of

Seattle Healthcare

event this July. As always, there will be plenty of opportunities to network and make deals with the best players in the market.

For questions, comments and press inquiries, contact Sarah, our Healthcare Event Producer, at

sarah.rotholz@bisnow.com!

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1. How can executives look to alternative industries (i.e. industrial/manufacturing, e-commerce/retail, hospitality, etc) to improve the procurement of healthcare? What are the best practices to keep costs down?

2. What are the latest advancements in healthcare technology? How are this region's hospitals integrating these technologies into their facilities?

3. Will outpatient facilities overtake the demand for new hospitals in the Pacific Northwest region? 

4. Will Amazon and/or other e-commerce conglomerates become a source of doctor-patient pharmaceutical deliveries? How will this disrupt the clinic, pharmacy and hospital walls?

5. As the millennial generation continues to drive demand for hotel-like hospitals, how will the design of hospitals, urgent care centers, clinics and outpatient facilities transform?