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Kerrin Slattery maintains a diverse transactional practice focused on the representation of hospitals and health systems, as well as other health industry providers and investors across the country. Kerrin has significant experience in all aspects of health industry transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, affiliations, joint ventures and system restructurings involving nonprofit hospitals and health systems, academic medical centers, post-acute providers, large medical groups and other health care providers. She also advises health industry clients on accountable-care strategies and hospital-physician integration initiatives. Read Kerrin Slattery's full bio.

Getting Cross-Industry Collaborations Right, Part 2: All About That Data


By and on Nov 22, 2019
Posted In Big Data, Data Privacy

As discussed in the first post in this two-part series, new players from outside the traditional healthcare paradigm are joining forces with hospitals, health systems and other providers to drive unprecedented innovation. These unexpected partnerships are bringing new solutions to market and changing how business is done and care is delivered. Many of these collaborations...

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Getting Cross-Industry Collaborations Right, Part 1: A Transactions Perspective


By and on Nov 11, 2019
Posted In General Interest

Healthcare is facing an age of disruption from new market entrants and players outside the traditional healthcare paradigm. Unexpected partnerships are bringing fresh solutions to market and changing how business is done and care is delivered. Many of these new partnerships are arising in conjunction with innovation investments by hospitals and health systems (HHSs). HHSs...

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Podcast | Culture Clashes: Getting Cross-Industry Collaborations Right


By and on Oct 31, 2019
Posted In General Interest

A Collaborative Transformation Perspective on Digital Health Healthcare is facing an age of disruption from new players and new market entrants from outside the traditional healthcare paradigm. These disruptors have varying degrees of experience in the highly regulated and closely scrutinized healthcare landscape. How can these parties work together across different cultures and regulatory environments...

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