Epstein Becker Green’s “Physician Group Transactions 2020: Prospering in Health Care’s Uncertain Future” conference was featured in Becker’s Spine Review, by Alan Condon.

Following is an excerpt (including information regarding the event):

In 2019, transaction activity saw a steady rise across the healthcare industry and is anticipated to continue this growth throughout 2020 and into 2021.

Leaders of independent medical groups should be exploring options to position themselves for long-term success.

[This] one-day conference educating physicians and leaders of independent medical groups on strategic transaction options will take place April 23 at the University Club of Chicago.

This conference will examine innovative changes in the marketplace and strategic options for medical groups to:

  1. “Hedge” their risks of future uncertainty
  2. Maximize their enterprise value and the compensation earned by their physicians over the next several years.

Attendance for this complimentary one-day conference is limited to physicians and leaders of independent medical groups.

For more information about attending, please contact Kristen Vetula at kvetula@ebglaw.com

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