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  1. 1. Adam D. Lynch, Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council Thomas A. Blankenship, Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC Kenyokee Crowell, The Cleveland Clinic Susan Aloi, Lehigh Valley Physician Group Walter Olshanski, WJO Advisory Jordan Shields, Juniper Advisory Judith Colombo, Lehigh Valley Physician Group John P. Nero, Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC Jack Bierig, Sidley Austin David Ettinger, Honigman Miller Schwartz Cohn LLP Alison Evans Cuellar, George Mason University Michael J. Tierney, Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC Supported By: JULY 22-24, 2015, HYATT REGENCY MCCORMICK PLACE, Chicago Enhance operational efficiencies, gain access to capital through business expansion and integration to deliver improved and sustainable patient outcomes.             Conference Highlights: ·· Antitrust and legal compliance ·· Infrastructure realignment and rebranding ·· Access to capital and business valuation ·· Impacts of realignments on health outcomes ·· Health system business combinations for tomorrow ·· Capital markets and not for profit mergers and acquisitions ·· Efficiencies in integration of healthcare facilities ·· Integrating organization change initiatives ·· Accessing capital through non-core asset monetization ·· Considerations for boards of directors considering a health system affiliation Speakers Include: Email: info@ghpnetwork.comA Division of IQPC Healthcare Inc.
  2. 2. To register please visit 8:30 Registration & Complimentary Breakfast 9:00 Welcome from GHP Network: Allison P. McGown, Program Research Director, GHP Network 9:05 Opening remarks from program chair: Adam D. Lynch, Senior Director, Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council 9:10 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Transforming Healthcare: Health System Business Combinations for Tomorrow Session Objectives: ·· Setting and meeting objectives through an M&A process ·· How to protect corporate value through ownership transition ·· Overview of the expanding range of structural alternatives Jordan Shields, Vice President, Juniper Advisory 10:10 Break-Tea & Refreshments 10:40 Capital Markets and Not for Profit M&A Session Objectives: ·· Capital Raising for a Not for Profit M&A transaction ·· Rating Agency Impact on M&A ·· Defeasance of Debt impacted in Not for Profit an M&A transaction Michael Tierney, Vice President, Hammond Hanlon Camp 11:40 Trust, Transparency, and Engagement—3 Keys to Success for Mergers, Acquisitions, and Integrations Session Objectives: ·· Discover the techniques for building, strengthening, and sustaining trust at all levels ·· Learn the importance of transparency and engagement ·· Deliver results through the development of transition teams Susan Aloi, MPA, FACMPE, Vice President of Operations, Lehigh Valley Physicians Group 12:40 Lunch 1:40 PANEL DISCUSSION: Integrating Organization Change Initiatives: Managing the Human Element of Mergers, Acquisitions, and Integrations From an organization department perspective learn how to: ·· Engage and coach individuals through deliberate change initiatives 8:30 Registration & Complimentary Breakfast 9:00 WORKSHOP: Mergers, Acquisitions, and Integrations - Proven Strategies to Develop, Execute, and Implement Better Outcomes Session Objectives: ·· Learn how to create pre-merger and acquisition governance ·· Understand the best strategy to deploy based upon merger and acquisition model ·· Develop a playbook, guiding principles, and accountability matrix ·· Enhance knowledge for managing the psychological shock wave ·· Manage and integrate the human component Judith Colombo, MS, Consultant, Organizational Development, Lehigh Valley Physician Group Susan Aloi, MPA, FACMPE, Vice President of Operations, Lehigh Valley Physician Group Walter Olshanski, Managing Director, WJO Advisory Jordan Shields, Vice President, Juniper Advisory 2:40 Break-Tea & Refreshments 3:10 Hospital to Hospital Transactions and Antitrust: When is Big Too Big? Session Objectives: ·· How to assess the antitrust risks relating to hospital mergers in light of recent case law ·· Merger versus joint venture: Assessing the pros and cons of alternative structures’ antitrust risk ·· Antitrust do’s and don’t’s: How to minimize your legal risks David A. Ettinger, Partner, Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP 4:10 Efficiencies in Integration of Health Care Facilities: What Are They And What Role Do They Play In Antitrust Analysis The presentation objectives would be as follows: ·· To evaluate the benefits of health care affiliations in terms of lowering cost, promoting quality, and improving access; ·· To sensitize the audience to the antitrust risks in health care affiliations; and ·· To help those who are planning affiliations to structure the transaction with antitrust risks in mind. Jack Bierig, Partner, Sidley Austin 5:10 Close of Day One from program chair: Adam D. Lynch, Senior Director, Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council 5:20 HAPPY HOUR: GHP invites all speakers and delegates to discuss the day’s presentations at the informal networking drinks reception ·· Identify the tasks for pre-merger/acquisition, stabilization, and optimization periods ·· Learn how to develop an integration strategy and governance plans Susan Aloi, MPA, FACMPE, Vice President of Operations, Lehigh Valley Physician Group Judith Colombo, MS, Consultant, Organizational Development, Lehigh Valley Physician Group 3:00 Close of Day For exclusive insights on future GHP Network programs visit us at or join us on social media. Day One: Thursday, July 23, 2015 Pre Conference Workshop Wednesday, July 22, 2015
  3. 3. Day Two: Friday, July 24, 2015 To register please visit 8:30 Registration & Complimentary Breakfast 9:00 Welcome from GHP Network: Allison P. McGown, Program Research Director 9:05 Opening remarks from program chair: Adam D. Lynch, Senior Director, Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council 9:10 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Tactical Investment Strategies to Increase Access to Capital via Healthcare Expansion Session Objectives: ·· Presentation of current and past healthcare investment trends ·· Description of health system consolidation time line, determination of health system capacity for providing services/ increased access to care ·· Capital budget techniques, methodology of risk adjustment, and investment decision making ·· Provide forecast of the future healthcare landscape Thomas A. Blankenship, Vice President, Hammond Hanlon Camp, LLC. 10:10 Break-Tea & Refreshments 10:40 Investment Portfolio Analysis: 5 key factors driving nonprofit health systems transactions Session Objectives: ·· The effect market analysis plays a role ·· How balance sheet strength is considered ·· Analysis of quantifying quality of care in response to hospital realignment Adam D. Lynch, Senior Director, Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council 11:40 PHYSICIAN ACQUISITIONS: Insuring Your Investment Through Proper Integration Session Objectives: Attendees will leave the session with knowledge of: ·· The cornerstones of a well rounded internal due diligence process ·· Methods to apply due diligence knowledge in the design of an effective onboarding and integration plan ·· The necessity of a multifaceted approach in designing, coaching and leading your onboarding team ·· Lessons learned to drive future process and in any organization Kenyokee Crowell, FACHE, CPC, Senior Director, Physician Integration, The Cleveland Clinic 12:40 Lunch 1:40 Healthcare Real Estate: Trends, Trades and Accessing Capital Through Non-Core Asset Monetization Session Objectives: ·· Healthcare real estate transaction trends and trades ·· Valuation metrics for healthcare real estate ·· Healthcare services providers accessing capital through non- core real estate monetizations John P. Nero, Vice President, Hammond Hanlon Camp LLP 2:40 Break-Tea & Refreshments 3:10 Considerations for Boards of Directors Considering a Hospital or Health System Affiliation Session Objectives: ·· Understanding of topics to consider when deciding whether to affiliate ·· Understanding of the process and key decision criteria when pursuing an affiliation ·· Understanding of Board activities during the affiliation process Walter Olshanski, Managing Director, WJO Advisory 4:10 How the Expansion of Hospital Systems has Affected Consumers Alison Evans Cuellar, Associate Professor, Health Administration and Policy, George Mason University 5:10 Close of Hospital Mergers and Acquisitions Summit from program chair: Adam D. Lynch, Senior Director, Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council "Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) has become an avenue for revenue and market share growth. This uptick in M&A activity is driven by an increasing cost of doing business, favorable credit markets and clarity surrounding the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA)." McGladrey LLP 2015 "Mergers and Acquisitions - What's trending in healthcare M&A?" Improving Dementia in Nursing Homes Conference May 28th and 29th, 2015, Los Angeles, CA Hospital Acquired Conditions Conference June 25th and 26th, 2015, Atlanta, GA eMedication Management Conference June 28th and 29th, 2015, Orlando, FL Meaningful Use Audit and Compliance Conference July 27th and 28th, 2015, Philadelphia, PA Physician Recruitment and Engagement Conference July 30th and 31st, 2015, Austin, TX Upcoming GHP Conferences:
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