Capitalizing on Health Care Acquisition Opportunities


This webinar provides a brief health reform update, with a focus on the impact on the distressed health care market. The speakers also explore opportunities for the acquisition of distressed healthcare assets and businesses, including a detailed case study of an in-court and out-of-court distressed health care acquisition.

Target Audience:
Healthcare providers, investors, lenders, strategic acquirers, and in-house counsel

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Chandler Hodo
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