Congress allocates $175 billion in relief aid to hospitals and other healthcare providers to cover expenses or lost revenues tied to the COVID-19 pandemic. At least 10 health systems have received $200 million or more in federal COVID-19 relief in the form of reimbursements for providing COVID-19-related care, e.g., building temporary structures, leasing properties, buying supplies, hiring and training additional workers and increasing surge capacity. This has important implications for the health care real estate sector – much of which is owned by REITs.
A system dynamics approach
ActiveAllocator is a MIT-Technion alumni founded start-up. In furthering our mission of providing ‘Bespoke Portfolios in 10 clicks, 10 minutes, at 1/10th cost’ we took a long hard look at the confusing HealthCare sector, replete with acrimonious public debate in the U.S. To arrive at inter-sector allocation we leaned heavily on the System Dynamics discipline conceived at MIT – one that ” can help us better understand complex challenges, shape policy, influence decision-making, and yield lasting benefits for businesses and society.” I present a preview of how we transcend traditional thinking to arriving at an understanding of what HealthCare investing is really all about.
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