ACG CT 4th Annual Health Care Conference, November 2, 2018


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November 2, 2018 7:30 AM - 10 AM EDT


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ACG Connecticut 4th Annual Health Care Conference
How Dealmaking in the Health Care Industry is Evolving
ACG Connecticut and Grant Thornton LLP invite you to join us for a breakfast panel discussion on how dealmaking in the health care industry is evolving. Despite regulatory and policy uncertainty and the emergence of highly disruptive business models, M&A activity continues its record-setting pace, and valuation multiples continue to climb across all sectors of health care. During this program, we will discuss the most significant issues affecting the health care industry, how buyers are evaluating and finding value, and what’s on the horizon for dealmakers
investing in this space.
Registration Fees:  Early Bird Rates Expire October 30, 2018
Members of ACG CT  - Complimentary
Young Members of ACG CT - Complimentary 
Non-Member  95.00 (early bird)
Non-Member      125.00
Member of other ACG Chapter 55.00  (early bird)
Member of other ACG Chapter  75.00


Rob Smith

Rob Smith

Capital Alpha

Rob Smith covers healthcare for Capital Alpha, where he directs coverage on medical technology and diagnostics. He also leads the consumer staples vertical for food, beverage, and tobacco. Smith brings nearly a decade and a half of Washington experience: Prior to joining the firm in 2008, he was a lobbyist for Ceridian Corporation, where he managed the company's Capitol Hill presence on health care and tax issues. Before that, he served for five years as the top health care aide for Rep. Rick Boucher, a senior member of the House Energy and Commerce and Judiciary Committees.

Kee Colen

Raymond James
Managing Director

Michael Fisher

Varsity Healthcare Partners

Richard Park, MD

Chief Executive Officer, New York Support Center

Mark B. Stein

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

Lance Beder

Grant Thornton LLP

Glenn Barenbaum

Grant Thornton LLP
Hosted by: ACG

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7:30AM to 8:30AM – Networking

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9:00AM to 10:0)AM – Panel discussion on Health Care Dealmaking.