What is Spectrum Health Partners? A Quick Overview

Spectrum Health Partners is a Nashville-based consulting firm dedicated to serving healthcare clients throughout the United States. The firm currently provides nine distinct service lines to oversee a wide variety of client needs.

In operation since 2006, Spectrum employs more than 300 professionals who each have at least 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry. These carefully chosen advisors represent a variety of specialties, from top leaders to financial, clinical and IT experts. Spectrum personnel have deep ties within the U.S. healthcare industry, are well-connected, and keep on top of the rapid changes affecting the sector.

Spectrum is known for its responsiveness and excellence in meeting client needs. Contracts are customized to address each client’s particular situation. The right person or a team are assigned to the project and begin working within days of the initial call. The firm offers flexible arrangements and competitive pricing as well as a solid track record of success.

Organizations don’t always have the in-house experience or capability to quickly resolve issues or take needed actions – the Spectrum experts are able to swiftly set plans in motion and complete important tasks with the best possible outcomes for clients.

In the Transaction Advisory Services category, which was the first service line offered by Spectrum, more than 220 transactions have been completed, with none requiring a material adjustment to the settlement, and none resulting in litigation. These results can be attributed to the experience and proficiency of Spectrum professionals, who have sat on both sides of the negotiating table and know what is needed to effectively close a deal.

Spectrum Health Partners has many repeat customers. Some clients started out with Transaction Advisory Services, and then over the years have contracted for numerous other types of engagements as their needs evolved and Spectrum’s offerings expanded.

Spectrum provides consulting services for critical activities taking place at healthcare organizations: Interim Leadership and Crisis Management; Performance Improvement; Acquisitions, Mergers and Divestitures; Bankruptcy, Turnaround and Restructuring; Facility Repurposing, Wind Down and Closures; Physician Practice Management; and Academic Medical Center Management.

To learn more, connect with an SHP Partner/Principal here, call (615) 778-4650, or complete the online contact form.

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