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Healthcare provider year-in-review and a look ahead into 2023 

Nearly three years have passed since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, which has continued to have ripple effects on all healthcare providers. From supply chain complications to workforce shortages to changing care delivery models, many developments will continue to impact the financial performance of provider organizations.

Join Baker Tilly for an informative webinar where we discuss developments from this past year and what we anticipate occurring as we embark into the uncharted waters of 2023 and beyond. In addition to laying the groundwork about the state of the industry overall, we will dive deeper into developments in the hospitals and health systems, senior living, behavioral health, and specialty practice sectors.

Learning objectives
  • Recognize changes that have happened across the healthcare provider industry in 2022
  • Identify key developments that are on the horizon in 2023 and beyond for hospitals, health systems, behavioral health, senior living, and specialty practice organizations
  • Determine how to turn looming risks into strategic opportunities
Who should attend?
  • C-Suite professionals, presidents, vice presidents, management and other leaders of hospitals, health systems, senior living, behavioral health, specialty practice and other healthcare provider organizations

There are no prerequisites for this webinar, and advance preparation is not required. There is no cost to attend this webinar. 

Level: Overview 

CPE credit: One and a half (1.5) hours total credit 

Field of study: Management Advisory Services 

Host: Stephanie Parker 

 A certificate of completion will be emailed to you four to six weeks after the event. 

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