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How a Physician Practice Can Negotiate an M&A Project with a Health System

In this video series, we explain the process EisnerAmper uses to assist a physician practice to negotiate an M&A project with a health system.  EisnerAmper has years of experience in the health care field providing business services to multi-hospital systems, pharmaceutical firms, surgery centers and physician practices.

In this video, as provide an overview of all the steps in negotiating an M&A with a Health System — starting with the strategic value, through compensation and the actual employment agreement.  We explain that when his team first meets with a physician group, they often discover that the practice has already been talking to the health system for anywhere from 2 to 3 years. The physician practice is very frustrated — they can't seem to work out a deal and they don't trust the hospital. 

The EisnerAmper team often represents the physician group as an independent business advisor.  When they are retained by the physician organization, EisnerAmper has experienced that the health system's reaction is very positive. They see it as a sign that the physicians are serious about making a deal. After meeting with the health system, EisnerAmper can then help the physician understand how they might have more leverage than they realize in a negotiation. 


Transcript

0:00   We've been doing this particular service now for number of years and what we normally do when we first come in and meet with the physician group is we find out that they probably have been talking to their health system for anywhere from 2 to 3 years before we get involved. 


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