Predictive Analytics: Using Data to Inform Systemness, Strategy, Real Estate and Drive Decisions
This session will provide an overview of the life sciences asset class, including a detailed look at the most active cluster markets. The panel of industry experts will explore how life science buildings compare to traditional MOB’s - from a physical and operational standpoint, as well as from an investment perspective. We’ll also dive into the sector’s outlook for the future.
President & Co-Founder
Array Analytics- Pivotal
Fady brings 25 years of healthcare consulting and design to his role as Practice Leader of Strategic Advisory Services. He works with a wide range of healthcare organizations; community and children’s hospitals; and academic medical centers. Fady’s expertise focuses on strategic and capital planning; market assessment and clinical alignment; and real estate and physical asset portfolio optimization.
When not tending to his clients’ asset opportunities, Fady can be found spending time traveling with his wife and three children.
JOHN S. MILNE
Senior Vice President, Real Estate Strategy and Operations
Providence St. Joseph Health
John joined Providence in May 2018 as Senior Vice President, Real Estate and Construction. As a practicing physician and capital venture entrepreneur, John brings a unique perspective into healthcare real estate that focuses on the health of the communities we serve. In his role as Chief Medical Officer for Zoic Capital, John provides leadership in managing a collection of early state healthcare and life science venture funds. John holds the distinction of the first physician certified as a WELL AP by the International Well Building Institute, as well as a history of leading large scale strategic initiatives with focus on new market growth, including development and implementation of new healthcare facilities. John received his medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin, as well as a Master of Business Administration from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine.
Senior Managing Director; Head of Transactions Group - North America
Mr. Burkemper joined the firm in 2009 and is a member of the firm’s Executive Committee. As Head of the Transactions group, Mr. Burkemper is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the North American Transactions group. In addition, he is responsible for sourcing transactions and forming joint venture relationships.
Prior to joining Harrison Street, Mr. Burkemper was at Morgan Stanley within its Merchant Banking Real Estate Investing Group. While there, he sourced, underwrote and closed acquisition and joint venture opportunities in the US, Canada and Mexico for several of its funds. In this capacity, he analyzed potential acquisitions, development and redevelopment opportunities across the capital structure, property types and risk / return fund parameters.
Mr. Burkemper graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Madison with a BBA in Real Estate and Urban Land Economics as well as Finance, Investments Banking. He is a member of the University of Wisconsin Real Estate Alumni Association.
Partner and SVP Development
Jake has been with the firm since 2005 and focuses on the overall vision and strategy of the company including financial, operational and delivery partnerships. Jake specializes
in all phases of project development and has been instrumental in the successful completion of more than 2.1 million square feet of healthcare space, 7,000 structured parking stalls and over $1.1 billion of equity and debt financing. Specifically, Jake is responsible for sourcing, structuring and leading development opportunities including deal structuring, entitling, financing, and managing ground-up development projects from inception to occupancy.
Prior to joining PMB, Jake was an investment sales associate at Voit Commercial Brokerage in Orange County, CA. Jake is a LEED® Accredited Professional and has a California real estate broker’s license. He is on the ULI Health Care and Life Sciences Council, an advisory board member of Cal Poly Pomona’s College of Environmental Design and holds active memberships in the Urban Land Institute (ULI), Cornell Real Estate Council and the U.S. Green Building Council.
Jake received his Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University in 2003. In 2006, he received Certificates in Real Estate Finance, Investments and Development as well as Entitlement, Development and Design from the University of San Diego. Additionally, he received a Certificate in Healthcare Transformation from the University of California Irvine.
Vice President, Product
Leslie has spent her professional career dedicated to improving healthcare, beginning with her experience as a financial analyst for Johnson & Johnson, then as a revenue cycle consultant for Stockamp & Associates (now Huron Consulting).
Leslie joined the Advisory Board in 2006, starting her tenure launching the Advisory Board’s first technology product, Surgery Compass. She led the delivery team and shaped the early design of that product while delivering cost savings to hundreds of members. She then launched ABC’s first international technology product, Theatre Compass, in the Australian market.
Leslie then spent eight years in Product Development, working to shape, launch and enhance many of the Advisory Board’s new technology business – including work in the emergency department, nursing workflow, spend performance, medical group performance, cardiac cath lab, medical referrals and strategic planning. As a technologist, Leslie worked with members to define problems, design solutions, conduct user testing and ultimately oversee the build of technology solutions.
Since being acquired by Optum, Leslie initially served as the General Manager of Crimson Market Advantage, leading a multi-faceted team to provide value to over 1200 hospitals in the US. She currently serves as the Vice President of Product, with an emphasis on care coordination, strategic planning, physician outreach, consumer digital marketing, and data strategy to support hospital and health system growth and cost reduction objectives.
Leslie is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, with a degree in Finance and International Business. She resides in Colleyville, Texas, with Dan, her husband of 15 years, daughters Karah and Brooke, and boxers Stella and Austin.