2017 RealShare Healthcare
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm10th Annual RealShare Healthcare Golf Tournament
6:00 pm - 7:00 pmOpening Cocktail Reception

7:45 am - 8:30 amBreakfast & Onsite Registeration
8:30 am - 8:35 amOpening Remarks
Speaker: Sule Aygoren, Editor in Chief, Real Estate Forum & GlobeSt.com, ALM
8:35 am - 9:00 amKeynote - Fireside Chat: The State and Future of the Healthcare Industry
Speaker: Crystal Vasquez, Director, Solutions Innovation, American Hospital Association (AHA)
Moderator: Sule Aygoren, Editor in Chief, Real Estate Forum & GlobeSt.com, ALM
9:00 am - 9:50 amThe "Real Deals" of 2017: Lessons Learned and Implications for What's Next
Speaker: Ann Atkinson, Senior Vice President - Acquisitions, Healthcare Trust of America, Inc.
Speaker: Darryl E. Freling, Managing Principal, MedProperties
Speaker: Jim McMahon, Senior Vice President, Capital One Healthcare
Speaker: Jason L. Signor, Chief Executive Officer & Partner, Caddis
Moderator: Gino Lollio, Senior Director, IPA, A Division of Marcus & Millichap
Healthcare real estate has become a more widely recognized asset class by both the domestic and international investment community. Despite uncertainty over the future of healthcare reform such as the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, value-based reimbursement and changes to healthcare delivery setting, demographics will dictate increasing for healthcare services for years to come. This will create increasing demand for modern, well-located space and a corresponding expansion of investor interest in the asset class. The pressures on operational efficiency and the rise in potential investors have lead many health systems and physician groups to monetize their real estate assets. In this session, our panel experts to discuss the "Real Deals" of 2017 and the factors behind them. In addition, our experts will provide their outlooks for the capital markets in 2018, challenges, opportunities and the not so easy to spot trends.
9:50 am - 10:10 amNetworking Break
10:10 am - 11:00 am Navigating Change: The New Rules Impacting Leasing Arrangements
Speaker: Kyle Arnold, National Lease Transaction Manager, Catholic Health Initiatives
Speaker: Melinda Pasquini, Shareholder, Polsinelli
Speaker: Scott Knode, Vice President - Real Estate Medical Office Buildings, Houston Methodist
Moderator: Andrew (Andy) Dow, Shareholder; Co-Chair, Real Estate Industry Group; Chair, Healthcare Industry Group, Winstead PC
Developers are offering alternative solutions, such as credit-tenant leasing arrangements. These arrangement provide the healthcare provider the benefits of ownership upon the expiration of the lease term. In addition, the new timeshare exception is impacting providers to reconsider how timeshare arrangements are currently structured. In this session we will discuss how developers are working with facility managers and tenants to meet these new challenges and explore potential opportunities.
11:00 am - 11:50 amHealthcare's Shifting Facility Needs
Speaker: Michael A. Noto, Senior Vice President, Real Estate Services, Welltower
Speaker: John S. Trabold III, MAI, Managing Director – Real Estate Valuation Services, VMG Health
Speaker: Julie A. Johnson, Principal - Health Care Affinity Group, Avison Young
Speaker: Michelle Caron, Director of Facilities, Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital
Speaker: Peter Stojkovic, National Managing Director - Healthcare Advisory Services, Transwestern
Moderator: David P. Wilson, CCIM, President, Executive Vice President, CCIM & Lockard Development, Inc.
Regulatory issues and the changes in continuum of care continue to effect the way healthcare systems are delivering services from traditional MOBs and hospitals to post-acute facilities, freestanding emergency departments, long-term and skilled nursing facilities and more. Our panel experts will discuss the creative and innovative solutions for the healthcare systems of the future.
11:50 am - 12:15 pmBuffet Lunch Service
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm HREI Insights Awards Lunchtime Presentation
12:45 pm - 12:50 pmSession-to-Session Transition Break
12:50 pm - 1:40 pm Rehab Hospitals & Centers
Speaker: Kristofor (KC) Peterson, Vice President, Hunt Mortgage Group
Speaker: NovaLeigh Dodge-Krupa, Vice President, Strategic Care Innovations, Genesis Rehab
Speaker: Ben Ochs, Chief Executive Officer, Anchor Health Properties
Speaker: D. Scott Nordlund, EVP, Partnership, Growth & Innovation, Select Medical
Moderator: Darrell O. Simpson, Senior Vice President of Development, The Sanders Trust
Hospitals and health systems are considering offering more post-acute rehabilitation services or to partner with an experienced rehab hospital operator as a way to avoid steep readmission penalties for preventable conditions. Through an experienced operator, hospitals can provide improved post-discharge patient care, better cost efficiency and speed to market. In this session we will discuss what this means for the Healthcare Real Estate sector.
1:40 pm - 2:30 pm The Innovations in Science and Technology Driving Healthcare's Shifting Facility Needs
Speaker: Erik Borgesen, Senior Vice President, The Vertex Companies, Inc.
Speaker: Dr. Susan Wilder, Founder & CEO, LifeScape
Speaker: Steven Stubbs, Regional Director, Clinic & Ancillary Development, Adventist Health
Moderator: Randy McGrane, Managing Partner/CEO, Ensemble Real Estate Solutions
Innovation in healthcare technology has changed the rules of the game for hospitals and healthcare centers -- and continues to do so day by day. Forward-looking strategies incorporating the right technology for use both now and in the future -- will maneuver hospitals and medical centers to stay relevant and profitable. As well, the new and much more stringent standard of care mandated earlier in the year for medical facilities requires up-to-date knowledge of the scientific tools needed to make facility risk assessments to identify Legionella and other waterborne pathogens. In the session, learn about the innovations in science and technology that are driving healthcare's shifting facility needs -- and how they can —and have been — successfully incorporated into futuristic facilities.
2:30 pm - 2:50 pmNetworking Break
2:50 pm - 3:40 pmThe Expansion of Medical/Healthcare Facilities into Retail Space
Speaker: Tim Delgado, President, Read King Medical Development
Speaker: Ross Caulum, Assistant Vice President of Corporate Real Estate & Corporate Director of Construction, Scripps Health
Speaker: Courtney Hanfland, System Director, Real Estate Transactions, Catholic Health Initiatives
Speaker: Andrew Haslam, Chief Asset Officer, Real Estate and Construction, Providence St. Joseph Health
Moderator: Neil Carolan, Senior Vice President of Business Development & Leasing, Rendina
No one can deny the impact the e-commerce industry has had on the retail properties. Landlords and investors of retail properties are constantly on the lookout for creditworthy tenants who can also consistently draw foot traffic to their properties. A growing trend has been converting unused retail space into medical providers and urgent care centers. But not all medical and healthcare services are suited to every available retail vacancy. In this session we will discuss: 
-Factors driving the expansion of medical facilities in retail space 
-Obstacles to growth and opportunities in this sector 
-How landlords and investors can determine profitable partnerships and investments in this sector
3:40 pm - 4:30 pmCCRCs: Re-imaging the Future for Senior Housing
Speaker: Kimberley Keim Bankofier, Community Relations Manager, Vi at Silverstone
Speaker: Pam Williams, Community Relations and Outreach, Friendship Village Tempe
Speaker: John King, Former CEO, Legacy Health System, Evangelical Health System and Holy Cross System; Former Chairman of the American Hospital Association
Moderator: Melinda Pasquini, Shareholder, Polsinelli
The senior living industry is changing rapidly. As seniors age, their everyday and healthcare needs alter. Often they find themselves having to be relocated from an independent living community to an assisted living community and then to a memory care facility. Most seniors prefer to age in their homes instead of moving. Hence continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) can cater to those who don't want to worry about having to move from one senior community to another as their needs change. In this session, we will explore the changing demographics, demands, and finances of this target market and what it means for the future of CCRCs developments and projects.
4:30 pmConference Adjourns