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Berkeley Research Group Announces Inaugural BRG Healthcare Restructuring Conference Educational Program

November 30, 2017

Berkeley Research Group announced the launch of its 2018 Healthcare Restructuring Conference, which is scheduled to take place on April 9–10, 2018, at 3 West Club in New York City. This robust program will include thought leadership sessions intended to prepare businesses in transition and stakeholders from across the healthcare continuum as they address market opportunities and more.

“Thriving organizations are applying the best methods to identify the forces driving change in healthcare, developing investment strategies to address the opportunities that present themselves in industries in transformation. With this in mind, the inaugural BRG Healthcare Restructuring Conference will deliver insights that keep you ahead of the curve. Through a variety of interactive formats, you’ll hear fresh perspectives on the issues most critical to your business,” said Meredith Anastasio, Director of Events at BRG.

BRG is thrilled to welcome former governor of Florida Jeb Bush as the featured keynote speaker. Looking beyond the 2017 political climate, Mr. Bush will offer his experience and insight on an environment of futures that grow and change from the interaction of new technologies, pathways of care and new economics as they recombine to restructure healthcare.

The entire program is designed for senior management from healthcare organizations, as well as senior executives from various supplier organizations including financial institutions, private equity firms and other executives in the healthcare industry.

Topic categories will include:

  • Navigating 2018: Capital Markets Forecast
  • Featured Deals of 2017
  • Key Cost-Cutting and Restructuring Strategies Employed by Hospitals
  • Financial Market Challenges and the Impact on Not-for-Profit Hospitals
  • Regulator and Reimbursement Influences:
    • Freestanding Surgical Centers
    • Large Multispecialty Group Practices
    • Ambulatory Care Centers
    • Behavioral Health
  • Top Deal Strategies
  • From Fee-for-Service to Value-Based-Payment Models
  • Legislative Outlook
  • And More!

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