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Benefits of Third-Party Acquisition
Posted October 20, 2011
Benefits of third-party acquisition.
In the dynamic and ultra-competitive healthcare business, hospital and health system executives are challenged more than ever to look for ways to cut costs, free up capital, and earn the highest returns on the dollars they invest and spend.
Third-party ownership of hospital outpatient care facilities is an avenue that can not only achieve these monetary goals but also enhance the recruitment of and return on human capital.
In the following video, NexCore’s Chief Investment Officer Peter Kloepfer discusses the growing need of hospitals and health systems to monetize their non-core real estate assets and what it takes to be a truly effective third-party owner of hospital-sponsored facilities. As Peter emphasizes in the
, “It takes more than jut money to be successful on a hospital campus".
Read our latest case study on third-party acquisition, which illustrates how we have helped our client NorthBay Healthcare, a growing regional health system in Northern California, with the following:
Increase its cash flow.
Facilitate on-campus physician recruitment.
Reduce operational expenses.
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