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July 2, 2020, 1 pm EDT

Access the SLIDES & RECORDING for this web briefing

Never has portfolio management been more challenging. Executive teams need to look at each service and make the tough decisions about what will improve sustainability as part of an organizational recovery plan. The key is to understand the current performance of service lines—and project each service line’s competitive advantage and margin the year ahead. It is a challenging but necessary exercise.

Join us to learn how you can

  • Shape service lines as business units that are responsive to market needs
  • Find cost-effective implementation approaches
  • Understand the needs of all of your customers—payers, government agencies, and consumers
  • Develop a traditional service line portfolio management model
  • Build a new service line portfolio for changing market conditions while restructuring services negotiating with payers


Featured Speakers

George Braunstein, RN, FACHE, Senior Associate, OPEN MINDS

George Braunstein, FACHE, has 40 years of experience in the health and human service industry, leading both private and public organizations – in institutional and ambulatory settings.

While working with OPEN MINDS, Mr. Braunstein has completed an array of projects. From strategic planning for Intellectual and Developmental Disability and Brain Injury services to mergers and acquisitions, Mr. Braunstein is comfortable tackling challenges in any health and human service environment. He has experience with multi-agency networks and recently has served as the head of Delaware State Hospital. Mr. Braunstein has provided them with stability and direction as they determine the future of their business.

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