The healthcare visit of the future was the
topic of discussion at the recent at the Midwest Health Care
Real Estate 2017 event in Chicago.
While some medical tenants—think medical imaging groups or
plastic surgery practices—may start taking up residence in malls
or strip centers, the move won’t be right for all medical
practices, commented Scott Miller, senior vice president of
development at Lillibridge, during a panel presentation at
Midwest Health Care Real Estate 2017.
In a review of the session, Medical Office News noted that Scott
has found the jury to still be out on whether medical uses for a
mall anchor spot is consistent with a first-class shopping
The Medical Office News team also summarized the primary care
visit of the future: it will involve doctors who can “know all,
see all and know what to do before it happens.” This was the
takeaway from Jeffrey Hill, senior principal at Minnesota-based
management and technology consulting firm Trexin Consulting, who
presented with his colleague Jimmy Lee, managing principal at
Trexin. The presenters expect wearables to be a significant
resource for providing this information in the future.
To learn more about these presentations, and the presenters’
predictions for the future, read the full stories below: