This episode is part of a special podcast series discussing “The Future of Health Care: Health Care Delivery and Consolidation Trends in 2020 and Beyond.” Join attorney Gary Herschman as he speaks with Carsten Beith, Managing Director, Cain Brothers, about how health care delivery will change in the years to come and how these changes will impact acquisition and development strategies and future consolidation trends moving forward.
Here’s a preview of some of what you’ll hear:
- “Reducing the total cost of care and still delivering quality care, the investment opportunities in those providers and companies, that’s clearly where capital’s flowing.” – Carsten Beith
- “We’re seeing a lot more activity also in independent hospitals and even small hospital systems, like two, three, four hospitals wanting to team up with a larger health care system, even though they thought previously they could remain independent. And the same for physician groups.” – Gary Herschman
- “Artificial intelligence is clearly the emerging technology that will transform health care in ways that we can’t even envision today. Because I think it will impact every single dimension of health care.” – Carsten Beith
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