Monday, January 4, 2016

Private Health Construction Leads Slow Building Market

New construction starts turned negative last November, slowing -0.4 percent from September. Health facilities construction shrank only -0.1 percent.

In a turnaround from September, private health construction grew strongly, (0.6 percent) while public health construction starts collapsed -2.5 percent. September’s big jump in public construction looks to have been idiosyncratic.

Read more at NCPA's Health Policy Blog.

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