By Ayla Ellison | January 5, 2015
Numerous issues can materialize after a hospital or health system transaction has closed. However, there are steps organizations can take to help ensure they aren't a party to a failed deal.
There is rapid consolidation in the healthcare industry today. Large health systems are expanding their market presence by acquiring hospitals seeking financial sustainability, and some hospitals and health systems providing relatively the same quality of services are coming together to become more efficient.
A byproduct of increased consolidation is an uptick in relationships that are suspended or called off. Before entering into deals, hospital and health system CEOs and CFOs thoroughly evaluate the other organization involved in the transaction, but how can they ensure there won't be any post-deal dilemmas?
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Source: Becker's Hospital Review
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H2C Principal Provides Insight on Post-Merger Strategic Considerations in Becker's Hospital Review
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Victoria Poindexter, Principal at Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC ("H2C"), offers insight on key questions that hospitals and health systems should ask when considering strategic options. Read further to view the complete article.
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