Gain Industry Insights and Perspectives in One Comprehensive Resource

We are pleased to present our 2014 Thought Leadership Compendium. In its seventh year of publication, our compendium provides a comprehensive summary of industry knowledge written or presented by ECG consultants throughout 2013. What we spoke or wrote about reflects the focus of numerous client engagements and the critical issues you face daily, including enterprise-wide strategic planning and implementation, the transition to a value-based environment, physician compensation, consolidation and alignment, health insurance exchanges, population health management, ACO development work, and EHR/EMR system procurement, among others.

Complimentary PDF copies of the articles and publications are available in the Thought Leadership section of our Web site. Additional content can be made accessible via e-mail request at compendium@ecgmc.com.

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About Steve Messinger

Steve, who is Managing Partner of ECG, has extensive experience in strategic and business planning, business development, mergers and acquisitions, and managed care. He assists health systems, academic medical centers, and medical groups with developing and implementing strategies that drive competitive advantage, and he is an effective adviser to boards and executives who are managing the challenges and implications of transformational change. Steve has been a featured speaker on healthcare strategy and hospital/physician relationship issues for a variety of professional associations, trade groups, health systems, and physician groups. He has been published in several healthcare journals, including Modern Healthcare, Modern Physician, hfm (a publication of the Healthcare Financial Management Association), Group Practice Journal, and Health Care Strategic Management. He earned a master of health services administration degree from The George Washington University and a bachelor of science degree in clinical sciences from Cornell University.

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