Matthew Rothstein’s article in Bisnow East Coast, on how healthcare is changing rapidly as an industry, brings up some interesting points on how the traditional model of decentralized primary care providers, specialist networks and inpatient hospitals has become obsolete. He points out that the current drive to make access to healthcare a simple, short trip for patients who may not have the time or ability to drive long distances is prompting healthcare providers to expand real estate footprints in an effort to keep up with the changing needs of America’s population.

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