Three Decades of Affiliation Strategies for Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals (2021 AMC Single Session)

4. Three Decades of Affiliation Strategies for Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals—What Have We Learned? (2021 Academic Medical Centers Single Session)
Thomas D. Anthony
James Max Reiboldt

This session considers three decades of affiliation strategies among providers which can aid in their ability to fulfill their mission and values positions. We learn from history plus we apply the future strategies against the past successes and failures. Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals are presented unprecedented challenges in today’s health care environment. Competing for top provider talent with whom to affiliate, from the C-Suite down is one of their greatest threats to success. This presentation examines and then concludes upon the past three decades of affiliation strategies among providers mainly focusing upon physicians/faculty and related professional support.

  • How best to apply the past three decades of provider affiliation transactions toward the opportunities of the future
  • Equip Academic Medical Center and Teaching Hospital leadership with real world examples of successful affiliation strategies that will respond to their unique needs in the next decade (or longer)
  • Specific case studies of both past successes and failures of affiliation transactions among providers in academic institution settings
  • The nuances of academic institutions to progressive strategies for provider affiliation
Continuing Education Credits are available for this session. For CLE credits, you can earn 1.0  credit hours on a 60-Min Calculation and 1.2 credit hours on a 50-minute Calculation. For CPE and CCB, you can earn 1.2 credit hours for this session.