Webcast to examine increasing mergers and acquisitions in healthcare

Those involved in the long-term strategic planning for healthcare facilities may benefit from an upcoming webcast examining the increasing trend of mergers and acquisitions in the industry.

By Healthcare Facilities Today
April 10, 2013

Those involved in the long-term strategic planning and development programs for healthcare facilities may benefit from an upcoming webcast examining the increasing trend of mergers and acquisitions within the healthcare industry. 

“Hospitals: Buying Selling and Valuing” will be held April 25 at 1 p.m. Eastern and will cover questions such as: What’s driving the increase in hospital merger and acquisition activity? What influences the valuation of acute-care hospitals? Who is buying what?

Hosted by Irving Levon Associates Inc., the webcast will be moderated by David Ertel, CFO, Einstein Healthcare Network, and will feature the following expert panelists: Monte Dube, Esq., Partner, Proskauer Rose; Stephen Gelineau, Senior Vice President, The Camden Group; Arnie Kimmel, Senior Vice President of Development, Prime Healthcare Services; and Jim Moloney, Managing Director/Co-Head of Tax-Exempt M&A, Cain Brothers.

The cost of the webcast is $297 per dial-in connection. For information or to register, visit www.levinassociates.com/conferences.



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