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Health Systems Present at Investor Conference

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Health Systems Present at Investor Conference

Investors, bankers, and rating agencies learned about the priorities of 27 health systems during a recent healthcare investor conference. 

The following organizations presented at the 19th annual Citi/AHA/HFMA Not-for-Profit Healthcare Investor Conference, themed “Driving the Path Forward: The Intersection of Strategy and Finance.” 

  • Advocate Aurora
  • Banner Health
  • Baylor Scott & White Health
  • Catholic Health Initiatives
  • Christiana Care Health System
  • Dignity Health
  • Geisinger
  • Hartford HealthCare
  • Henry Ford Health System
  • Highmark Health/Allegany Health Network
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Lifespan Corporation
  • Mercy Health (OH)
  • New York Presbyterian
  • Northwell Health
  • Northwestern Memorial HealthCare
  • Ochsner Health System
  • Ohio Health
  • Oregon Health and Sciences University
  • OU Medicine
  • Providence St. Joseph Health 
  • Rush System for Health
  • RWJ Barnabas Health
  • SSM Health
  • Tower Health
  • Trinity Health
  • Virtua Health

The audience included other health systems, investors, bankers, rating agencies, and other potential partners. There was a diverse mix of systems with very different market demographics (high growth to stable/declining), geographic size (national/regional/local), system type (provider/plan/integrated, academic/non-academic), and size (sub-$1 billion to $75 billion).

Each health system was given 25 minutes to succinctly share their structure, strategies, unique successes, and financial condition.

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