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In the News: State AGs Ramp Up Hospital Transaction Reviews

News & Events

December 19, 2020

Conditions placed on the merger that formed the Boston area’s second-largest health system—Beth Israel Lahey Health—are the latest in a series of strict state oversight actions that will shape large...

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What if Trader Joe’s Ran Hospitals?

Publications

December 12, 2020

In 2018, Freakonomics co-author Stephen Dubner posed the question: “Should America be run by Trader Joe’s?”  He suggested “the quirky little grocery chain with California roots and German ownership has...

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The Looming Deadline: Repayment of COVID-19 AAP Loans

Publications

July 29, 2020

CMS’ Accelerated and Advance Payment (AAP) Program has been a lifeline for healthcare providers during the COVID-19 pandemic which loaned hospitals and others $100B.  Repayment of these loans begins August...

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What Happens When CMS Loans Come Due?

Publications

July 22, 2020

CMS’ Accelerated and Advance Payment (AAP) Program has been a lifeline for healthcare providers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The program, which historically supported hospitals during localized natural disasters, was dramatically...

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Evaluating Opportunities for Government-Sponsored Hospitals

Publications

June 24, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is straining hospital and governmental resources. It is also serving as a catalyst for a major evolution of our nation’s healthcare delivery system, the likes of which...

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Dealmaking in the Sunlight: Navigating Public Hospital M&A

Publications

June 15, 2020

Public hospitals have a uniquely open relationship to the communities they serve, which invites a level of transparency as they consider potential mergers and acquisitions. So what kind of M&A...

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Assessing Hospital Preparedness for COVID-19 by Affiliation Status

Publications

May 28, 2020

Overview System hospitals tend to have more ICU beds, higher case mix indices and are more likely to be a part of physician integration networks compared to like-sized standalone hospitals....

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Provider Realignment Post-Pandemic

Publications

May 28, 2020

The COVID-19 crisis exposed the high cost of fragmentation within the healthcare industry and will serve as the seminal event that ushers in an era of greater provider integration and...

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COVID-19 Impact on Healthcare M&A

Publications

May 15, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended our nation and our healthcare delivery system. The extreme pressure being put on hospitals during this crisis will permanently change the way healthcare is sought...

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Are Hospitals Prepared for a Recession?

Publications

August 30, 2019

News coverage of a possible economic recession flared late this summer with a yield curve inversion, a bond market phenomenon that is historically associated with a financial downturn. The curve...

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Scott Becker Interviews Rex Burgdorfer on Investment Banking

News & Events

August 6, 2019

Scott Becker, Partner at McGuireWoods, past Healthcare Department Chair and founder of Becker’s Hospital Review, interviews Rex Burgdorfer, Managing Director of Juniper Advisory, about how Juniper leverages its investment banking...

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Summa Health would become wholly-owned subsidiary of Beaumont Health

News & Events

July 9, 2019

Southfield, Michigan-based Beaumont Health and Akron, Ohio-based Summa Health have signed a Letter of Intent to develop a strategic partnership. The arrangement would strengthen both organizations’ cost-effective approaches to partnering with communities...

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