Out with the old and in with the new? A recent revenue procedure change is catching the attention of health care providers with facilities financed through tax-exempt bonds. The good news is, the changes allow for greater flexibility and revised safe harbor guidelines.
In an increasingly regulated health care industry with its fair share of challenges, organizations are always on the lookout for opportunities to access low-cost capital to improve and/or expand their facilities.
Almost one fifth of the U.S. population lives in a rural area. Small and critical access hospitals play a vital role in rural areas and are likely to offer services that otherwise would not be accessible to residents. As a result, these hospitals may be required to expand and/or renovate their facilities in order to provide additional service lines, adjust the amount of outpatient and inpatient services and improve operational efficiencies and patient amenities.
2014 began with many positive indications for capital projects in the senior living sector.
2014 began with many positive indications for capital projects in the hospital sector.
2014 began with many positive indications for capital projects in the senior living and hospital sectors.
The senior living industry offers an interesting opportunity to observe both for-profit and nonprofit organizations.
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