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2019-10-16 Changing Practice Models: Transactions for ENT Practices

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In recent years, there has been a noticeable increase in transactions among physician groups, including IPAs, CINs, MSOs, group mergers, and hospital employment.  Each of these models carry distinct advantages and disadvantages depending on the goals, objectives, and local competitive dynamics.  Physician owners must have a clear rationale for entering into one of these models or truly understand the potential impact on their practice's long-term financial future.  

The goal of this session is to provide an overview on the transaction possibilities for ENT practices.

Educational Objectives:

  • Understand trends in integration and alignment options.
  • Recognize a potential best path for your practice's future success.
  • Understand best practices of MSOs and group mergers.

About the speaker: 

Nick Hernandez, MBA, FACHE is the founder and CEO of ABISA.  ABISA is an independent healthcare consultancy specializing in healthcare strategy, physician engagement, and strategic growth initiatives.  ABISA can help devise and implement the strategies and processes that will allow organizations to remain competitive and solvent.  The company‚Äôs client list includes physician groups, hospital systems, healthcare IT organizations, venture capitalists, private equity investment groups, and physician entrepreneurs.

Nick has extensive knowledge on matters surrounding physician engagement and has a long history of working with physician entrepreneurs.  He has consulted with clients in multiple countries and has over 20 years of leadership and operations experience.  He is Board Certified in Healthcare Management and has been named a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.


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