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SCOTTSDALE, AZ—In what has been a transformative year for healthcare, more than 250 national leaders in the sector came together in person last week at the GlobeSt. Healthcare Real Estate conference in Scottsdale, AZ. And while many of the sessions drilled down into the opportunities to be had in this asset class, at least one discussed the tensions that can exist between the practice of medicine and the realities of paying for it. 

According to Angie Weber, a first VP at CBRE, healthcare has two speeds… Slow and slowest. “Covid added a new one…slowest. You have the physicians who want what they want and you have the finance folks where a plan needs to be in place before anything gets done. Who will come out on top depends on the system and the state.”

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