Page 2 — Health Care Properties Quarterly — October 2018 Contents Letter from the Editor I t’s hard to believe that another year of Health Care Properties Quarterly is coming to a close. But what isn’t hard to believe is the strength of Colorado’s health care and senior housing mar- ket. BothTranswestern and Marcus & Millichap recently released reports on the national medical office market echoing what the authors in the fol- lowing pages discuss – the demand for health care continues to swell, off-campus loca- tions continue to be popular with devel- opers and there is a rethinking about what is a doctor’s office. Transwestern noted that Den- ver, along with NewYork, Dallas-Fort Worth, Atlanta and Miami-Fort Lau- derdale, are some of the most chal- lenging markets for practitioners wishing to locate within medical office space. Marcus & Millichap reported that emerging technologies and a shift in the care delivery model are spilling over into the development of medical offices as a rise in outpatient services and procedures has encouraged medi- cal office development in off-campus locations. Within Denver’s life science and medical office market JLL’s Terrence Pace looks at the impact of Denver’s hot real estate market and growing economy on the development of proj- ects in the metro area. Several authors in this issue also explore a growing trend within the health care industry – integrated proj- ect delivery and its “project-first think- ing” usage in Front Range hospital projects. Additional articles from Gallun Snow andTouchSource also look to the future of health care design from the evolution occurring in behavioral health design to how digital signage helps streamline hospitals for the future. Encore Electric and RK Mechanical both contributed articles to the quar- terly. Encore Electric explored how tech- nology is impacting health care facili- ties and delivering enhanced patient care, and how hospitals and health care facilities can have success in this changing environment. RK Mechanical discussed how pre- fabrication – or off-site construction – is a key part of the evolution of health care facilities. Readers will notice a change to the Senior Housing & Care section as two of our longtime contributors have moved on to bigger and better things! We will miss their contributions and encourage new writers to take the leap! Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s fourth article in its series this year looks at operator management agree- ments in senior living facilities while OZ Architecture examined the benefits of designing biophilia in senior living. It’s a great end to our 2018 Health Care Properties Quarterly! Enjoy! Jennifer Hayes 303-623-1148, Ext. 106 Denver’s evolving market Health Care News A look at Denver’s life science and MOB availability Terrence Pace CHCO North expansion: IPD adds value, speed Mark Arnold, Cris Goldy and Marissa Sproul IPD with multiparty agreement brings benefits John C. Hoelscher The evolution of behavioral health care design Margie Snow and Sara Parsons Digital signage benefits patients and hospitals alike Ajay Kapoor A smart approach to powering today’s health care Chris Cole Prefabrication: The answer to the health care evolution Paul Ruffini Senior facilities: Operator management agreements Rick Thomas and Noelle Riccardella Designing biophilia in senior living communities Jami Mohlenkamp 4 10 12 14 16 18 20 21 22 24 DENVER HEALTHCARE REAL ESTATE SERVICES Dann Burke, CCIM First Vice President +1 720 528 6362 Kory Fasing Senior Associate +1 720 528 6316 Naum Nasif Senior Associate +1 303 628 1729 AURORA CHERRY CREEK MOB 1411 S Potomac St, Aurora AURORA ASPEN PEAK MOB 1421 S Potomac St, Aurora AURORA TIMBER RIDGE MOB 1444 S Potomac St, Aurora SKY RIDGE – CONIFER BUILDING 10099 Ridgegate Parkway, Lone Tree SKY RIDGE – ASPEN BUILDING 10103 Ridgegate Parkway, Lone Tree SKY RIDGE – EVERGREEN 10107 Ridgegate Parkway, Lone Tree SWEDISH MOB I 601 E Hampden Ave, Englewood SWEDISH MOB II 701 E Hampden Ave, Englewood SWEDISH MOB III 799 E Hampden Ave, Englewood SWEDISH MOB IV 499 E Hampden Ave, Englewood MEDICAL CENTER OF AURORA CAMPUS SKY RIDGE MEDICAL CENTER CAMPUS SWEDISH MEDICAL CENTER CAMPUS For more information on space available, or to schedule a tour, please contact: ON-CAMPUS LOCAT IONS LEAD TO THE MOST REFERRALS Molly O’Daniel Sales Assistant T +1 720 528 6445