Webinar To Acquire or Not To Acquire that Physician Practice

To Acquire or Not To Acquire that Physician Practice

ECG Healthcare Transactions Webinar Series
Part II of III: The Model

With the accelerating pace of physician practice acquisitions, there is increasing competition for the critical resources (human and financial) necessary to complete these transactions; therefore, these resources must be carefully prioritized. This session will present a new strategic framework that can be applied to consistently assess the strategic and financial implications of any potential practice acquisition and to assign a priority ranking to the opportunity. Through the use of case studies, this session will illustrate a four-tier priority ranking model and provide a prescriptive approach to pursuing affiliation opportunities in each tier.

Following the presentation, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the key factors that are causing physicians to seek employment by hospitals.
  • Evaluate potential physician affiliation opportunities based on their potential strategic and financial implications.
  • Know how to respond to various affiliation opportunities based on the assigned priority ranking.
  • Understand how other leading healthcare organizations are applying our framework to prioritize necessary resources involved in physician acquisitions.

Want to know more about healthcare transactions?

Join ECG for the next and last webinar in our three-part series that takes you through the critical steps and decisions of executing a strategic healthcare transaction. Each webinar is facilitated by a senior-leader from ECG’s transaction team, accompanied by a healthcare provider executive who will share stories and experiences from his/her organization. Over the course of three months, this webinar series will provide the necessary information, tips, and tools to successfully

Part I: The Strategy

Healthcare Acquisitions: the Key to Integrated Clinical Care in a Value-Based Environment

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Part III: The Execution

Combining Forces to Manage the Continuum of Care: Considerations and Lessons Learned To Help You Move Forward

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