Join us at the 2018 HFMA Region 5 Dixie Institute for this session.
As hospitals and health systems across the United States seek to optimize and transform their operations to adapt to a rapidly changing and increasingly competitive landscape, understanding the range of available strategic partnership affiliation models, combined with the various approaches to align patient care services (supply) with a provider’s primary and secondary service area health care needs (demand) is essential. This practical overview of the continuum of strategic affiliation and partnership structures available to hospital and health system leaders is enhanced with unique approaches that will assist leadership teams in the rapid identification, assessment, prioritization, and execution of transformational imperatives in a strategic and disciplined manner. The program begins with an overview of the range of strategic transaction affiliation models (from fully-integrated to less-integrated) and the associated transformational rationale for each, and then provides in-depth market assessment, patient care operations, financial management tools and techniques to help improve the profitability of any acute care provider. Actual case studies using ECG’s Strategic Enterprise Transformation (SET) techniques and resulting implications will be shared with program participants.
- Understand the vast array of strategic and transformational partnership and affiliation models available to acute care providers in today’s rapidly-evolving health care M&A environment.
- Learn how to rapidly identify, assess, prioritize, and implement practical approaches to improve operational, quality, and financial performance based upon the health care needs of primary and secondary service areas.
- Identify key metrics to measure and communicate performance improvement, and help your hospital/health system achieve greater stability, and improved operational, margin, and quality performance
ECG Management Consultants
Mark Peters MD
Retired, former CEO
East Jefferson General Hospital