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Running head: HEALTHCARE M&A MODEL 1 Healthcare M&A model: Supporting the switch from fee-for-service to value-based care delivery. Liberty University
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HEALTHCARE M&A MODEL 2 Problem Statement The general problem to be addressed is the evolution of healthcare from a fee-for-service to value-based care delivery requires a new mergers and acquisitions (M&A) model which supports that switch. Bauer [Gre18] states that for such a connection to take effect, providers need to adjust their operations and put patient engagement at the center of it. According to Okpala [Pau18] the healthcare of tomorrow requires a more robust and innovative way to mitigate the rising cost of care delivery. A focus on an M&A model which supports capability- building tends to outperform the industry’s current consolidation or diversification [Bob11]. The specific problem to be addressed is that the current model of horizontal provider mergers and
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  • Journal of Healthcare

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