PNC Healthcare Matters

Summer 2019 Issue

 

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A Note From Brian Kelly, Head of PNC Healthcare

Summer is putting a spotlight on some burning issues for those of us in the healthcare industry. We’ll take a look at a few key topics:

How are top healthcare execs addressing innovation? How can you make the best investment decisions to support your mission? What about integrating physicians to ultimately improve quality and value? Could “Medicare for All” actually happen?

Explore the articles below – and bookmark our refreshed website: pnc.com/healthcare for the latest insights and solutions that can help you run your business more efficiently.

For those of you who express an interest, we’ll follow up with an article that outlines how securitization may help efficiently leverage the value of your accounts receivable portfolio into a low-cost, committed financing platform.

We sincerely appreciate our relationship with you, and we hope you find these articles informative and timely. Please send me feedback or any suggestions for topics of interest for future editions. Please feel free to reach out to your PNC Relationship Manager or me directly at brian.r.kelly@pnc.com anytime.

 

Strategies for Innovation: PNC’s 2019 Healthcare Symposium

Executives representing the nation’s leading healthcare providers, insurers, and technology firms, key industry consultants and advisors address the future of healthcare.

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Confronting Investment Management Challenges for Healthcare Organizations

Today’s challenging healthcare environment places greater demands on the investments you make to support your mission. Here are some practical tips to help you harness your resources and overcome common problems.

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How to Maximize Returns on Your Physician Integration Strategy

As the industry moves towards a value-driven care delivery model, health systems and physicians are integrating to deliver an improved patient experience and ultimately improve quality and value.  These strategies come with a cost but can be managed to meet the needs of all stakeholders. 

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Medicare for All: Could It Actually Happen This Time?

There are more than half a dozen approaches to universal healthcare being floated in Washington and the concept is becoming more attractive to voters. Ipsita Smolinski, a national healthcare policy expert with Capitol Street in Washington, D.C. weighs in.

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