When health care companies undergo a major strategic transaction through mergers, acquisitions, consolidations, joint ventures, partnerships, buyouts, or new affiliations, Gary Herschman drives these important transactions to a successful closing. His leadership of deal teams protects his clients’ financial interests, in a regulatorily compliant manner. A skilled negotiator in major deals of any size—small ($5-$25 million), middle market ($30-$200 million), and large ($250 million to billion-dollar deals)—Gary balances the concerns of all parties, including physician groups, hospitals and health systems, ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs), imaging centers, clinics and home health companies, lenders, investors, and state departments of health, to effectively structure and close complex deals.
Buyers and sellers benefit from Gary’s decades of experience on both the buy-side and sell-side of deals. His strategies for sellers maximize valuation, financial protections, and key clinical objectives. Gary helps physician practices, hospitals, and other health care clients sell their business or enter new partnerships and affiliations. He handles transactions in almost every state. Clients value Gary’s “real time” communications and his deep business, legal, and practical insights gained from more than 30 years of negotiating and closing deals.
Because of his extensive knowledge of health law, Gary is frequently approached to opine on a variety of cutting-edge issues for respected industry publications, author articles, and present at association and industry conferences. He has been quoted in such publications as Becker’s, Bloomberg, Crain’s, Pitchbook, FierceHealthcare, Healio, Orthopedics Today, Modern Healthcare, The Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), and the New Jersey Law Journal. He also publishes articles in those publications and others, including HCCA’s Compliance Today, the Journal of Orthopaedic Experience & Innovation, Ophthalmology Management, Scale Platform Insights, the American Health Lawyers Association’s (AHLA) Health Law Connections, the Large Urology Group Practice Association’s (LUGPA) Practice Guidebook, and The Governance Institute’s E-Briefings.
Gary has been invited to address attendees of industry conferences hosted by Cain Brothers, AllianceBernstein, the Denver Medical Study Group, the International Congress for Joint Reconstruction, MGMA, LUGPA, AHLA, Expert Webcast, the New Jersey Doctor-Patient Alliance, and the Pennsylvania Radiology Society, among others.