Jones Lang LaSalle brings you in-depth insight from experts across the healthcare industry. This month we discuss consolidation. Over the last few years, hospitals have been rushing to consolidate in order to survive. But do they know the full occupancy cost and real estate picture that comes with consolidation? A lot more goes into a successful acquisition than just a one-time financial transaction.
What do you need to know about consolidation?
In the complex landscape of healthcare systems, there has been growing pressure for consolidation. But are hospitals fully thinking through the move to acquire or be acquired? A lot goes into a successful acquisition than just a one-time financial transaction, and understanding the full impact of consolidation will force them to eat or be eaten.
What do you need to be wary of?Survival of the fittest: In a complex landscape, only the strong survive
How can you survive in this landscape?More than ever, healthcare providers are motivated to seek mergers and acquisitions. In fact, the pace of healthcare M&A activity was greater in 2012 than it has been for more than a decade, according to Fitch Ratings.
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