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The medical facilities sector is composed of many different industries, each with its own set of dynamics, ranging from pharmaceuticals and devices to healthcare payers and hospitals. Understanding the underlying drivers of healthcare investment requires a multidisciplinary approach. Investors can profit from investments in the overall medical facilities sector as well as its subsectors.

Our Investment Scope In Medical Facilities

1. Investing in sustainable health systems combines innovative reforms aimed at improving cost-efficiency and reconciling fiscal consolidation targets with the provision of adequate levels of public healthcare.

2. Investing in people’s health as human capital improves population health in general and reinforces employability, making active employment policies more effective, assisting in the provision of adequate livelihoods, and contributing to growth.

3. Investing in reducing health inequalities promotes social cohesion and breaks the vicious cycle of poor medical facilities that contributes to and results from poverty and exclusion.

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Use Of Structural Funds In Medical Facilities Investment

Investing in health infrastructure that promotes transformational change in the health system, specifically by reinforcing the shift from a hospital-centered model to community-based care and integrated medical services.
Improving access to affordable, sustainable, and high-quality medical facilities in order to reduce health disparities between regions and provide better access to healthcare for disadvantaged groups and marginalized communities.
Supporting the health workforce’s adaptation, upskilling, and life-long learning and promoting active, healthy aging to increase employability and enable people to stay active for longer.

Our Priorities In Medical Facilities Investment

Seeking differentiated, growth-friendly fiscal consolidation
Promoting today’s and tomorrow’s growth and competitiveness
Addressing unemployment and the social consequences of the crisis
Modernizing government administration

Medical Facilities Investment Opportunities With Real Estate BD

Equipment and Supplies

Companies that produce equipment and supplies ranging from the basics like crutches and bandages to high tech equipment like MRI machines are included.

Service and Provider

Companies that own and operate medical facilities such as hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, and animal shelters are included.

Medical Technology

Companies that conduct research and development (R&D) as well as data analysis to improve current healthcare practices are included.


Companies that conduct research and development or manufacture products derived from living organisms are included.


Companies that develop and manufacture drugs and vaccines on a chemical basis are included in our medical facilities’ investment.

Tools and Services for Life Sciences

Companies that research living things and provide analysis models, clinical testing services, and general contract research services are included.

Context summary

Our investment opportunity in medical facilities is a wise addition to portfolios because it is not highly correlated with the business cycle like other sectors. However, we keep an eye on the sector’s investors for government intervention and principal-agent issues.

FAQs For Medical Facilities

Are healthcare stocks a good investment?

In an environment of rising interest rates and economic uncertainty, medical facility stocks are an excellent defensive play. Pharmaceutical and biotech stocks are currently trading at record valuation discounts to other defensive sectors, making health care valuations appealing as well.

What is the ROI on healthcare investments?

A return on investment (ROI) analysis is a method of calculating your net financial gains (or losses) by accounting for all resources invested as well as all amounts gained through increased revenue, reduced costs, or both.

In healthcare, how do you calculate ROI?

The current value of an investment less the cost of that investment divided by the initial cost of the investment is the ROI equation.

In healthcare, what is the internal rate of return?

The internal rate of return, abbreviated as IRR, is the actual percentage return on an investment. When organizations use the IRR as an investment criterion, they frequently set a required IRR that is greater than, or at least equal to, the return on conventional investments such as the money market.

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