18 episodes

Bringing together healthcare providers, business leaders and forward thinkers at the intersection of healthcare and real estate to explore optimizing human, property, or professional performance. In conversations with innovators, industry disruptors and strategy masters inspired by progressive medical procedures, health & wellness therapies and investment real estate solutions we analyze how to deliver better patient care using medical office buildings, surgery centers, urgent care centers and hospitals. Discussions include the changing healthcare environment, the future of the healthcare industry and embracing opportunities while achieving a return on healthcare real estate investments.

Providers Properties and Performance Trisha Talbot

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    • 5.0 • 14 Ratings

Bringing together healthcare providers, business leaders and forward thinkers at the intersection of healthcare and real estate to explore optimizing human, property, or professional performance. In conversations with innovators, industry disruptors and strategy masters inspired by progressive medical procedures, health & wellness therapies and investment real estate solutions we analyze how to deliver better patient care using medical office buildings, surgery centers, urgent care centers and hospitals. Discussions include the changing healthcare environment, the future of the healthcare industry and embracing opportunities while achieving a return on healthcare real estate investments.

    Bringing Buildings Back to Life - Part 1

    Bringing Buildings Back to Life - Part 1

    Now more than ever, business leaders need to be innovative in how to move into an uncertain future, but some leaders have been doing that for years. Trisha’s guest today is the CEO of Centum Health Properties, James Turpen. Back in 2009, James stopped guessing what the market was going to do and started preparing himself for what could happen. Centum has been able to streamline the design and construction processes while also managing the properties in a vertically integrated system!
     
    In this episode, we talk about…
    James founded Centum Health Properties as a vertically integrated company Creating sustainability in a time when the ground seems to be shifting constantly How Centum got its start as a property management and construction company Acquiring assets with smaller partners Vertical management keeps things organized and operating costs low There are significant differences and similarities between Colorado and Arizona What drew Centum to the most recent purchase in Arizona The goal for a basic program with a tenant How current tenants have been reacting to new designs  
    Links to resources:
    James Turpen, CEO of Centum Health Properties
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    • 27 min
    A Physician Owners Path to Advocating Sleep Health and Hygiene

    A Physician Owners Path to Advocating Sleep Health and Hygiene

    A doctor’s mission should be patient-focused; it’s as simple as that! Trisha’s guest today is Dr. Troy Anderson, a neurologist who specializes in sleep medicine. Troy’s practice, Phoenix Neurology and Sleep Medicine, now has 5 locations in the Phoenix area. When he began his business, he sought out real estate that would allow him to best serve his patients, and grew to the point where he invests in his own real estate.
     
    In this episode, we talk about…
    Dr. Troy’s unique journey that led him to sleep medicine The categories of patients that seek out help with their sleep How COVID has affected the field of sleep medicine Importance of routine and lifestyle habits when treating sleep disorders Innovations in the treatments to treat sleep disorders Stressors and motivators that drive Dr. Troy to improve in his practice Deciding where to purchase real estate based off of where the needs are  
    Links to resources:
    Rick Warren
    Fox News
    Wall Street Journal
    Dr. Troy Anderson, Phoenix Neurology and Sleep Medicine
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    • 30 min
    On the Front Lines of Opioid Abuse Disorder (Part 2 of 2)

    On the Front Lines of Opioid Abuse Disorder (Part 2 of 2)

    Patient care, rather than profit, should always come first in the healthcare field. This is part 2 of Trisha’s conversation with Nick Stavros, CEO of Community Medical Services. Nick and his company are on the frontline of the battle against the opioid crisis. As the CEO, Nick has been tasked with the responsibility of making sure his company is successful in its fight while simultaneously keeping a growth mindset!
     
    In this episode, we talk about…
    Choosing the best locations to open up clinics Opening up the country’s first 24-hour treatment clinic Many people who need help have never been diagnosed with an addiction Profitability will be a result of patient-care focus Nick’s first job showed him the path that he should choose Compassion fatigue is about as real as it gets One of the most significant things CMS does as an agency  
    Links to resources:
    nick.stavros@cmsgiveshope.com
    Nick Stavros, CEO of Community Medical Services
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    • 25 min
    On the Front Lines of Opioid Abuse Disorder (Part 1 of 2)

    On the Front Lines of Opioid Abuse Disorder (Part 1 of 2)

    At this very moment, America is going through one of the worst drug crises in its history. Trisha’s guest today is Nick Stavros, CEO of Community Medical Services, a company that educates society about America’s opioid crisis and works to treat those affected with care and compassion. Many people spend their entire lives trying to learn the coping skills to deal with trauma, and drugs provide that instant gratification that they are looking for. The root cause of addiction lies much deeper than over-prescription, and digging down to those causes might be the only way to get out!
     
    In this episode, we talk about…
    Nick’s journey through the Army and into the healthcare field Breaking down Opioid Abuse Disorder and the root causes The biggest misconception about addiction in general How COVID-19 is affecting the current substance abuse problem Drug problems are only magnified when you look in the prisons Looking 5 years down the road for Community Medical Services Substance abuse aspects that keep healthcare professionals up at night   
    Links to resources:
    Nick Stavros, CEO of Community Medical Services
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    • 22 min
    Investing in Properties with Practicing Physicians

    Investing in Properties with Practicing Physicians

    Investing in a commercial property while not running your own operations stands in the face of what commercial real estate investors are trying to accomplish. Trisha’s guest today is Chris Cumella of Cypress West Partners, a private real estate investment company that focuses solely on healthcare real estate. Chris spent years in the apartment real estate business before he was exposed to healthcare, which was one of the only sectors to do well during the financial crisis of 2008. That’s when he and his partner started to focus on healthcare real estate and eventually started their own business!
     
    In this episode, we talk about…
    Healthcare real estate has staying power in the demographics This sector is definitely not for the faint of heart Starting Cypress West Partners with institutions and private individuals Investment criteria in California compared to other places Gravitating closer to the main healthcare campuses Real estate for healthcare has become more purpose-built by necessity Buying a building with a tenant that is going to move in Looking into the future for Cypress West Partners  
    Links to resources:
    Chris Cumella, Cypress West Partners
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    • 43 min
    East Meets West for Primary Care

    East Meets West for Primary Care

    Doctors do what they do because they love patient care and are passionate about helping others. This pandemic doesn’t change that. Trisha’s guest today is Dr. Miriam Levering, a Family Nurse Practitioner from The Healing House in Scottsdale, Arizona. At The Healing House, patients are able to benefit from both western and holistic healing practices. Miriam hopes to provide a one-stop-shop for her patients to receive all available treatments in order to live a comfortable and healthy lifestyle!
     
    In this episode, we talk about…
    Battling the ongoing pandemic while keeping patients safe Looking at the whole system from both eastern and western medicine Try holistic healing before turning to drugs The positive unattended consequences of the current global pandemic Recommendations to stay healthy on the road and at home How a membership model can give you the coverage that you need Daily habits to stay healthy and avoid the poison  
    Links to resources:
    Book an appointment online or via telephone!
    Dr. Miriam Levering, The Healing House
    480-463-4685
    Healing House in Scottsdale Facebook
    Miriam's Facebook
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    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

driving to the bank again ,

Bravo!

As a dental provider, I look forward to learning from other providers (providers helping with a lot of the leg work on what is new and current in their particular fields) and encouraging more help to get messages out to every lay person on some dental basics and then of course have some more advanced discussions. I’m glad to see this forum!

Random Human ,

Great content

Trisha is very knowledgeable and created some great content on the podcast! Five stars!

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