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New York City Healthcare Real Estate Conference: ARC, Danbury Hospital, Kayne Anderson Real Estate, Morgan Keegan & More: Add Your Firm to this Influential List of Speakers & Attendees

New Investors, New Developers, New Strategies & New Stories: Healthcare & Real Estate 2014 will bring together 300+ attendees and 40 Speakers in 12 panel discussions.

NEW YORK, Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- New Investors, New Developers, New Strategies & New Stories: Healthcare & Real Estate 2014 will bring together 300+ attendees and 40 Speakers in 12 panel discussions. Join the most active investors, developers, capital sources, brokers, tenants, healthcare providers and technology firms for an important and in-depth healthcare & real estate update on April 8. Healthcare & Real Estate 2014 is New York's largest regional one-day conference focused exclusively on healthcare and real estate in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.



will feature 40 speakers, including new voices and industry experts in 12 panel discussions. Agenda coverage:
* The new and changing delivery of healthcare in 2014: What's new in healthcare delivery?
* Urgent care centers update: Are they here to stay?
* Healthcare legal analysis: What are the legal ramifications of the accountable care act?
* Is the private practice of medicine going  the way of the dinosaur? Who will survive and who may become extinct?
* New innovations in healthcare: What are the most profitable medical services being provided today?
* A study of healthcare design today and the efficiencies of multiple care facilities:  Exploring the Importance of efficient health care design in today's multi-specialty healthcare spaces
* Investment trends in healthcare real estate, including hospitals, medical office buildings and research facilities: Who is investing in healthcare real estate today?

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"As a real estate investor and a student of the health education program at Columbia University, I was looking forward to Healthcare & Real Estate with much anticipation. The event turned out to be more than I expected: exceptionally well-organized with the highest caliber panelists whom I had the pleasure of speaking with during the breaks following the discussions. I learned about the pros and cons of entering the field and gained an in-depth view of the marketplace." - Renata Robel-Becker, TRB Investment Group, LLC

Confirmed Speakers: Hear 40 Speakers, Including New Voices & Industry Experts

* John D. Claybrook, Partner, Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP     
* Jeffrey H Cooper, Chairman & Executive Managing Director, Savills     
* Morris Gross, Vice President – Facilities Management, Danbury Hospital     
* Todd Jensen, Chief Investment Officer, American Realty Capital Healthcare Trust
* Steven Laufer, President, Promenade Senior Living     
* John Marshall, Vice President, Duke Realty     
* Scott A. Mason, D.P.A, FACHE, Executive Managing Director and Leader | Healthcare, Cushman & Wakefield     
* Casey N. Moore, Principal, Prudential Mortgage Capital
* Max Newland, Director – Acquisitions, Kayne Anderson Real Estate     
* Frank R. Williams, Jr., Senior Managing Director – Acquisitions, Medical Properties Trust, Inc.     
* Paul Wexler, Wexler Healthcare Properties, The Corcoran Group     
* Jonathan L. Winer, Executive Vice President, Seavest Inc.
* Laca Wong Hammond, Head of Healthcare Real Estate – Healthcare Investment Banking, Raymond James | Morgan Keegan     
* Wilkingson Germain, Investment Officer, Ventas, Inc. (tentative)     

> View detailed agenda:

"The current transformation of the delivery of healthcare services from a provider oriented system to a patient centric system is revolutionizing where, how, and who is now providing healthcare services. Come learn the latest trends in healthcare real estate today: who is doing the deals, where the deals are being done, and why what is happening affects every one of us."

Paul Wexler, Wexler Healthcare Properties at The Corcoran Group

NETWORKING & NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: 135 leading CRE and healthcare executives have already made plans to attend - Add your firm's name to this influential list today. 300+ are expected to attend. Attending firms, as of February 19, 2014:
* Arbor Commercial Mortgage
* Array Architects    
* Beech Street Capital    
* CapRate Events    
* Caracor LLC    
* CBRE    
* Cushman & Wakefield    
* Danbury Hospital    
* Dare Living Associates    
* Duke Realty    
* EmblemHealth, Inc.    
* LifeQuest    
* Lillibridge Healthcare Services    
* Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services    
* MedDev LLC    
* Medical Properties Trust, Inc.    
* NPV Advisors    
* Promenade Senior Living    
* Prudential Mortgage Capital    
* Raymond James | Morgan Keegan    
* Savills    
* Seavest Inc.    
* Simone Development    
* Simone Healthcare    
* Ventas, Inc.    
* Voikos Construction Management    
* Voikos Construction Management    
* Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP    
* Westage Companies    
* Westage Companies        
* Wexler Healthcare Properties    
* Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP    

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> Register for this event today:

Event Speaker/Sponsor/Exhibitor Contact: Brian Klebash | 917-460-3572 | [email protected] Registration/Questions: Ronnie Niederman | 212-873-3484

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