John Bodine

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John Bodine

John has over 25 years of experience providing strategic and transaction advisory services to the healthcare industry. He has advised clients on mergers and acquisitions (M&A), alignment, recapitalizations, growth and improvement strategies, and corporate planning matters.

About John

John is a financial advisory leader who helps management teams and boards navigate complex transactions and strategies for all types of affiliations (M&A, joint ventures, membership substitutions, management agreements and others), asset and service line optimization and monetization, independence and partnership decisions, and other strategic planning matters.

Throughout his career, John has supported over 200 transactions and affiliations across the healthcare spectrum, including engagements with hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, physician practices, dialysis centers, diagnostic imaging centers, healthcare technology firms, pharmaceutical companies, medical device manufacturers, managed care organizations and others. He has extensive experience in the nonprofit sector, including work with municipal-owned hospitals and academic health centers.

Prior to joining Huron, John was a senior vice president at Houlihan Lokey, where he provided financial and transaction advisory services as a member of the firm’s financial advisory group and served on the firm’s technical standards committee.

John is a member of Healthcare Financial Management Association and is a frequent speaker and author on transactional and valuation topics.

Areas of Expertise

  • Mergers Acquisitions and Partnerships
  • Business Unit Strategy

Industries

  • Healthcare

Education & Certifications

  • MBA, University of Minnesota
  • B.S., North Dakota State University
  • Accredited Senior Appraiser, American Society of Appraisers
  • Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) series 24, 63 and 79 licenses

Insights

  • Healthcare Strategy: 3 Growth Imperatives in a Dynamic Market

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    Healthcare organizations are shifting how they think about growth as traditional approaches alone won’t yield the outcomes needed in a quickly changing market.

  • Healthcare M&A: Key Areas That Reveal Critical Cultural Alignment

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    Assessing the structural and social components of an organization’s culture is crucial when considering any M&A deal and can reveal cultural risks and gaps.

  • When Healthcare Organizations Become Landlords

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    Like Best Buy, healthcare organizations could adopt a store-within-a-store model and realize the benefits of leasing out space to third-party providers.

  • Shedding Non-Core or Underperforming Assets

    Monetizing unprofitable healthcare assets provides a path to improved performance.

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