Medical Office Timeshares of the Future : A Health System Without Walls
This panel will explore the licensing, legal and operational aspects of part-time/timeshare arrangements as an integral part of future "value-based enterprises". The panel will discuss the growth of “Airbnb” medical office building licensing options, both physically and virtually (through hybrid telemedicine), and provide practical tips including compliance with the federal Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute.
Executive Vice President
Flagship Healthcare Properties
Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Mr. Bratcher directs Flagship’s ambulatory surgery center (ASC) strategy and portfolio. As Executive Vice President, he is responsible for the ASC platform’s growth and direction, which is centered on building strategic partnerships with surgery center operators and physicians to acquire and/or develop ASCs.
Bratcher previously worked as the Enterprise Vice President of Real Estate for Envision Healthcare, a conglomerate of healthcare companies, where he oversaw the development and management of the portfolio consisting of approximately 650 properties, including 280 ASCs, across 40 states. Prior to Envision Healthcare’s merger with AmSurg, one of the nation’s largest ASC operators, Bratcher worked as AmSurg’s Director of Real Estate and Real Estate Counsel.
Jennifer Tanner has over 19 years of commercial real estate experience. She is responsible for developing and implementing real estate solutions which include, leasing, acquisitions, dispositions, financial analysis, project management and MOB development in the healthcare environment for Dignity Health’s ambulatory and hospital strategy throughout the California region. She has spent the last 14 years as Manager of Real Estate Services for Dignity Health and the previous 5 years as a Commercial Real Estate Broker for CB Richard Ellis.
Jennifer received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Nevada, Reno. She is also a Certified Commercial Investment Member of Commercial Real Estate’s, CCIM
CEO & Founder
HealCo- Medical Office Timesharing
Kirat Kharode is the Founder & CEO of HealCo, the Airbnb of medical space. HealCo helps fill underutilized medical space with providers in its marketplace - while also finding compliant, flexible space for providers to sublease part-time. Recently, HealCo launched the first Health System Without Walls (HSWOW), a hybrid telemedicine solution.
A serial entrepreneur and a lawyer by training, Kirat spent most of his career in senior health system strategy and operations roles creating ambulatory networks for some of the most financially distressed hospitals in the country. He’s received numerous national and local recognitions including the American College of Healthcare Executive’s Regent Award, NJ Biz Healthcare Power 50, and Becker’s Hospital Review’s “Rising Stars Under 40”. For more information on Kirat and HealCo visit www.healco.us.
Complex Care Medical Director
Experienced Divisional Head with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Critical Care Medicine, Healthcare Management, Healthcare, Clinical Research, and Medical Education. Strong business development professional with a Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) focused in Health/Health Care Administration/Management from Walden University.
Joe Wolfe represents health care organizations nationwide on a broad range of compliance, operational and strategic matters. His area of expertise is supporting health systems, hospitals and medical groups on physician compensation issues, such as compensation plan design, quality-based incentive development, compensation program assessments, fair market value documentation and Stark Law compliance. He regularly assists clients on complex compensation issues related to internal and external compliance investigations and self-disclosures. Joe serves as an advisor to boards; compensation committees and other health care governing bodies and regularly provides education and training on physician compensation and compliance matters. Joe currently serves as the chair of the Fair Market Value Affinity Group of the American Health Law Association. He is a frequent speaker and author on Stark Law compliance, physician compensation matters and health care valuation issues for AHLA, HCCA, AMGA and numerous other industry trade associations. Before attending law school at the University of Wisconsin, Joe served as a combat engineer in the United States Army.