In all my years of working in the healthcare industry, I’ve never met one person who believed that the American healthcare system was where it should and could be. Yet, that’s precisely why ECG’s clients continually partner with us. They recognize that we can guide them through the minefields of our complex industry to find solutions that move them closer to their goals. There are countless components of change our clients must manage to meet their objectives. At ECG, I have the privilege of working with a brilliant and dedicated group of professionals who have the passion and know-how to bring about positive results in so many of the areas that matter to patients, to providers, and to the people who support both.
I do this work because it allows me to make a difference in ways that are more profound and personally gratifying than anything else I can imagine doing. It is essential to me that on every engagement, I can draw a straight line between ECG’s work and the value that has been created for our clients, as well as the patients they serve.
Adam leads ECG's Valuation Services practice. Since 1997, he has conducted appraisals of tangible and intangible assets, as well as valuations of business enterprises, clinical and administrative compensation, coverage stipends, leases, management services, joint ventures, and accountable care funds flows. His valuation studies allow parties to understand how and why conclusions were reached so that they are best able to achieve fair and defensible agreements. At ECG, Adam focuses on valuation and litigation support for healthcare business arrangements in academic and community settings. He develops innovative and effective compensation and business structures, incorporating traditional and emerging payment models. His transaction experience includes physician practice acquisitions, business formations, consolidations, restructurings, and divestitures. In addition, Adam helps design and implement governance, management, operations, and finance systems that allow hospitals and providers to work more effectively to establish, synthesize, and meet mutual objectives.