Classic mistakes health systems make in M&A

Whether you're considering a deal for the first time, in the middle of a transaction, or working through integration, get a pulse check on whether you have the right approach to corporate strategy.

We're in the throes of the largest bout of consolidation in the health care industry in the last 35 years—and yet, nearly 60% of M&A deals don't result in a competitive edge. In fact, about 1 in 5 hospitals start to lose money within two years of the transaction.

In this clip, corporate strategy expert Tom Cassels debunks six myths about M&A strategy, such as the belief that CEOs can manage M&A on top of their other responsibilities, and that you don't have to start planning for integration until the deal is signed.

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