For Prospective Members: Executing a Value-Driven Mergers & Acquisitions Strategy
A Prudent Approach to Practice Acquisitions in an Era of Consolidation
In 2011, we saw a flurry of large scale hospital-practice M&A deals. Independent practice aggregation was also on the rise. Faltering practice economics, complexities in practice management, and uncertainty around health reform are all market factors driving physicians to seek shelter from the hospital. Hospitals now find themselves in an era of consolidation that requires a strategic approach to acquiring practices. Proper alignment with the hospital’s strategy, service line, or specialty need is critical to success.
Join us for a complimentary webconference to explore the keys to success and lessons learned in managing hospital acquisitions of physician practices. During this webinar, Southwind Executive Vice President Anthony D’Eredita will discuss three main components of physician practice acquisition:
- Understanding your M&A strategy
- Discerning true practice value – the due diligence process
- Executing on due diligence to achieve full integration into the hospital’s physician enterprise
Participants will walk away with a better appreciation for why a strict due diligence process will ensure a seamless and informative process, accurately assess the partnership’s true potential, and foster open and transparent communication and collaboration. This creates the foundation for a successful relationship post-transaction and optimizes the hospital’s return on investment.
Southwind’s Mergers & Acquisitions Division brings to your team a focused, multi-disciplinary skill set in finance, operations, health law management, and organizational development. Often called upon to manage the turnaround of provider organizations that have performed poorly, our team knows what it takes to structure acquisitions for long-term success.
This webconference is open to all hospital and health system executives. For more information, please contact Emily Carmichael at email@example.com or 202-266-6663. Advisory Board members at non-hospital organizations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note, a valid hospital e-mail address is required to process registration.