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Conversations on healthcare consolidation with Michael Louge, Executive Vice President for OhioHealth

Date:
Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013
Time:
2 p.m. - 3 p.m. EST
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Plante Moran’s National Healthcare Practice Leader Matt Weekley talks one-on-one with Michael Louge, Executive Vice President for OhioHealth.

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The strategies that individual hospitals, health systems, senior care and living organizations, and other providers are utilizing to position themselves in this era of healthcare reform vary. There isn’t one right answer. But healthcare leaders can learn from their peers’ ongoing experiences and points of view.

Plante Moran’s National Healthcare Practice Leader Matt Weekley talks one-on-one with Michael Louge, Executive Vice President for OhioHealth. This health system consists of 8 hospitals, 30+ ambulatory sites, home-health providers, medical equipment and health service suppliers throughout a 40-county area.

Learning objectives

At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the current status of consolidation and M&A activity among hospitals and healthcare systems
  • Have a working knowledge of the various affiliation models being utilized by hospitals and healthcare systems and their relative strengths and weaknesses
  • Evaluate their own organization’s business factors relative to the need/desire to affiliate for future stability and success

More conversations are planned. Notices will be sent as plans are formalized.

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