H2C PERSPECTIVE
 

About Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC ("H2C")

 

H2C is an independent strategic advisory and investment banking firm with a singular focus on health care. Our commitment to exceed our clients’ expectations begins with senior leadership on every engagement and continues with independent and objective strategic advice. Our belief in the markets and in the power of competition has resulted in loyal clients and long-term relationships.

 

The experienced professionals at H2C are well positioned to serve as your trusted advisors. We have the expertise to understand the unique complexities of the healthcare industry and an in-depth knowledge of the range of potential alternatives essential to designing and implementing highly successful business and financial strategies. We bring in-depth knowledge and experience across the full continuum of care and across a wide range of healthcare-related businesses.

 

MEDIA CONTACT

Kelly T. Duong

Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC

858.242.4810

kduong@h2c.com

NEW YORK

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29th Floor
New York, NY 10022
212.257.4500

 

ATLANTA

3333 Piedmont Road
Suite 725
Atlanta, GA 30305
404.937.1350

 

CHICAGO

311 South Wacker Drive
Suite 5425
Chicago, IL 60606
312.508.4200

 

SAN DIEGO

4655 Executive Drive

Suite 280
San Diego, CA 92121
858.242.4800

LATEST ARTICLES

H2C COVID-19 POV Series

Winners and Losers
in a COVID-Fueled Recession


October 7, 2020
Richard Rollo is a Managing Director at Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC, where he is a leader for the firm’s Healthcare Strategic Advisory and Mergers and Acquisitions (“M&A”) teams. Richard has more than 25 years of experience as a senior executive leading corporate finance, strategy, planning, M&A, and development functions in health care, energy, and financial services.
 
Contact Richard at rrollo@h2c.com.

 

By Richard I. Rollo

 

As of this writing, no one knows what the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic will be. But if there is to be a pandemic-related recession—and if the recession looks something like the last one—the results of H2C’s stress testing suggest that four key factors will be critically important to hospitals and health systems:

 

1.  Liquidity

2.  Margin

3.  Operating Costs

4.  Degree of Cost Shifting

 

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H2C has been actively following developments in the healthcare industry as our clients grapple with the immediate effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and begin considering its aftermath. Our observations have helped form a collective perspective, which we will share in a series of short articles.