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HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCES NEWS
Exploring Critical Business and Legal Issues across the Healthcare and Life Sciences Industries
HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCES NEWS
Exploring Critical Business and Legal Issues across the Healthcare and Life Sciences Industries
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After the Curve Podcast: Focus on Transactions

The lasting impact of COVID-19 on healthcare transactions is multifaceted and has rapidly altered the trajectory of the dealmaking landscape as well as business collaborations. On this episode of the After the Curve podcast, we discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting healthcare transactions today, as well as the outlook for the healthcare deal landscape post-COVID-19. McDermott’s Chief Marketing Officer Leslie Tullio is joined by Jed Spielman and Kevin Miller to discuss topics surrounding the impact of the pandemic on healthcare transactions, including: The sectors of the healthcare industries that are most likely to experience a surge in deal volumes and why COVID-19-induced programs that have altered the way healthcare transactions are getting done Which transformational aspects of transaction protocol are most likely to carry into the post-COVID-19 future Insights from the transactions perspective and a look at the most promising upcoming...

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Public Hospital M&A: Know Your Stakeholders

Hospital transactional activity has soared over the last decade, and many public hospitals are evaluating M&A opportunities against the backdrop of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In our previous post on public hospital M&A, we discussed financial pressures on public hospitals, trends driving M&A, and external factors shaping public hospitals’ choices of M&A partners and formats. In this installment, we’ll cover strategies for gaining stakeholder buy-in as hospital board members, senior leaders and advisors move through the transaction process. For a deeper dive into these topics, listen to our podcast, Driving the Deal: Public Hospital M&A and Stakeholder Buy-In. Stakeholders: Who’s Who Public hospital M&A is a team sport. Assessing and advancing a potential deal involves engagement with a wide variety of stakeholders, each with their own perspectives, objectives and priorities. Key players can include elected public officials,...

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Disrupting Healthcare – Constructively: Considerations for Executing Innovation

The healthcare industry is facing significant disruption from new market entrants and technology innovations that have the potential to improve how care is delivered, to lower healthcare costs, and to improve healthcare outcomes. But not all disruption is built to have a sustained and positive impact—how do you tell which innovative technologies and ventures will change healthcare for the better, and which are just noise? We all hear about disruptive innovation – the power of innovative thinking that sees beyond traditional ways of doing things in favor of new, better methods. When innovators enter the health arena and consider its problems creatively, they seek to break down inefficient aspects that don’t work well for stakeholders and patients. Problems can arise, however, if these innovators simultaneously disrupt processes or protective expectations that serve important functions. Healthcare is a heavily regulated and normative environment—for good...

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How to Engage in Constructive Disruption

The healthcare industry is facing significant disruption from new market entrants and technology innovations that have the potential to improve how healthcare is delivered. But how do you tell which innovative technologies and ventures will have a sustained and positive impact, and which are just noise? In this episode of the Collaborative Transformation podcast series, Lucia Savage, chief privacy and regulatory officer at Omada Health, joins McDermott partner Jennifer S. Geetter to discuss: What it takes for disruption to be truly constructive in today’s dynamic market The rise of mobile healthcare delivery and patient engagement, driven by technological advances and consumer expectations The limits of the HIPAA regulatory framework and current reimbursement rules as they relate to digital health technologies Tips for tapping into the growing digital health innovation community through strategic investment Click here to listen to the episode....

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Podcast: Collaboration Through Innovation Centers

Healthcare is facing a time of transformation as regulators, providers and other stakeholders take action to improve care coordination and increase the use of technology to deliver care. Hospital and health system innovation centers are increasingly acting as the catalyst to fuel growth and expansion through technology and data. In this episode of the Collaborative Transformation podcast series, McDermott partners Kerrin Slattery and Krist Werling discuss: Opportunities for innovation centers and other collaborative arrangements in healthcare Top regulatory and compliance challenges innovators face and ways to navigate them Organizational and cultural issues for healthcare leaders to consider when making innovation a strategic priority Investment structures and unique due diligence concerns to address when designing or investing in innovative deals Key considerations when executing cross-border transactions in healthcare and life sciences Click here to listen...

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Collaborative Transformation: Life Sciences Partnerships – Delivering Deals that Work

The life sciences marketplace has been ripe for collaboration for the past decade, but new players, new technologies and new regulations are changing the space. Traditional life sciences companies are working together in new and exciting ways, bringing a variety of deal structures and new complexities into the landscape. Our Collaborative Transformation podcast episode "Driving the Deal: Life Sciences Partnership Opportunities, Pitfalls and Impact" with Emmanuelle Trombe and Gary Howes explores these issues in depth. Below are key takeaways from the episode, which you can listen to in full here. It's not just new players changing the space—it’s new approaches by traditional players. "It's not only about pharma and biotech," Trombe said. "We are seeing collaboration with health care players such as payers, insurers and providers." Technology companies are also entering the space, bringing financial and philanthropic investments to the table. "People are still...

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Regulating Nonprofit Health Care: Insights from State Attorneys General

McDermott recently launched a special edition podcast providing an in-depth discussion of the interplay between State Attorneys General enforcement authority and nonprofit Board of Directors responsibility in the governance and operation of health systems. This special edition of the Governing Health podcast series welcomed four prominent State Attorneys General (AG) to discuss the transformation of the nonprofit health care sector. Episode one focuses on the jurisdiction of the State Attorneys General, the types of data commonly flagged for review, and the importance of an actively engaged Board of Directors. Here are five key takeaways: An actively engaged board is critical to avoid pitfalls. The board of directors must provide strategic oversight and organizational direction to help a nonprofit avoid pitfalls. When a board becomes complacent or overly deferential to executive management, problems almost always arise, said Mark Pacella, Chief Deputy...

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