What You Need to Know About Real Estate and Construction For Your Healthcare Practice

Panel Discussion Webcast

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Gain insights from leading healthcare real estate professionals on how to make the best decision for your practice.

 

The facility you choose will have a major impact on the health and well-being of your healthcare practice. Before you lease, buy or build your space, join our panel of experts to learn about the key considerations that will help ensure that you make the healthiest choice for today and down the road.

With experience in healthcare facility real estate, financial services, and facility design and construction, this panel discussion will help you better understand the factors impacting lease, buy, and expansion decisions, and learn how to avoid common pitfalls and all you need to know to find the solution that fits your goals.

Moderator

Kevin T. Wills
Senior Vice President, Healthcare Territory Sales Manager
WI, Northern IL, Northern IN and MI
PNC Bank

A seasoned financial specialist, Kevin helps healthcare practices increase profitability and improve cash flow.  Holding a strong knowledge of the healthcare industry, he understands how to capitalize on changing market conditions that directly benefit healthcare practices.  Throughout his career, Kevin has helped healthcare practices accomplish many objectives such as expanding operations, changing locations, adding partners and ancillary services, and purchasing the latest healthcare technology and equipment.

Prior to entering into banking, Kevin spent time in public accounting and pharmaceutical sales.  In June 2013, Kevin also obtained his Certified Medical Practice Executive designation through the Medical Group Management Association.

 

Speakers

Jake Sciaudone, CPA
Manager
KSM Business Services

Jake Sciaudone is a manager in Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Real Estate Services Group and helps lead the firm’s cost segregation practice. Jake provides clients guidance in the areas of fixed assets, capitalizing and expensing procedures, and depreciation. Additionally, Jake leverages his experience to assist clients with identifying tax saving opportunities. He is also experienced with tax research, multistate apportionment and allocations, and individual tax planning.

Jake was named to the Indiana Business Journal’s 20 in Their Twenties list for 2022, which honors emerging leaders who are making an impact on their communities at the very start of their careers.

Ken Jorgenson
National Director
CARR

Ken Jorgenson is a National Director for CARR, the nation’s leading provider of
commercial real estate services for healthcare tenants and buyers. Every year,
thousands of healthcare practices trust CARR to help them achieve the most
favorable terms on their lease and purchase negotiations.

Ken has personally been involved in hundreds of real estate lease and purchase
transactions. He is an experienced mentor and instructor having trained numerous
commercial real estate agents in markets across the country. Ken is a licensed real
estate broker in Florida, Maine, Vermont, Louisiana, and Kentucky.

Jason Sanderson
President
RWE Design Build

Jason Sanderson joined RWE in 2007 and became President of the company in 2013. As President, Jason's dedication and commitment to ensuring both architectural integrity and rapid project delivery with the highest quality results has contributed to the successful completion of hundreds of projects over his 20 years in the design build construction space.

RWE’s projects span the country and they are currently building in over 14 states with a dedication of providing customers with the expertise that has made them a leader in the design and construction of healthcare facilities.

Listen to this panel of experts share from their experience about
today's challenges, trends and opportunities that
Healthcare practices are facing.

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David Preble, D.D.S., J.D., C.A.E.

Senior Vice President

Practice Institute


Dr. Preble provides strategic vision and leadership for developing ADA policy regarding practice issues and impacting national oral health care quality, focusing on the needs of patients and members from all practice/professional modalities. He leads an operating agency that promotes the ADA as the pre-eminent, nationally and internationally trusted resource for the dental profession, healthcare agencies and other stakeholders regarding oral health. The Practice Institute is committed to increasing the ADA’s influence with third-party payers, legislators and regulators to protect and advance the profession. Dr. Preble is also responsible for the administration of all standards activities for five commission-like agencies: Dental Quality Alliance, Standards Committee on Dental Products, Standards Committee on Dental Informatics, Code Maintenance Committee and SNODENT® Maintenance Committee.

At the ADA, Dr. Preble previously served as Vice President, Practice Institute, Director of the Council on Dental Benefit Programs and Director of the Commission on Dental Accreditation.

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