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Healthcare Real Estate In order to minimize risk for consumers and professionals alike, properties across all sectors have implemented certain regulations and temporary restrictions throughout the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. Among the various spaces implementing precautionary measures, medical properties have endured the most drastic and imperative modifications.

As restrictions from entering healthcare facilities quickly progressed and patients increasingly avoided such spaces to avoid risk, the medical industry experienced a significant surge in telehealth appointments and virtual healthcare; with one report suggesting a 4,000% increase in telehealth patient volume during the early months of the pandemic outbreak.

Ingrid Tunberg

Ingrid Tunberg sits on the editorial team as a coordinator and reporter for Real Estate Forum and GlobeSt.com. She is responsible for writing stories, assisting with industry awards and marketing nomination events. Previously, Ingrid worked as a copywriter across various industries throughout New York City and Chicago.

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