a•ki•ro
noun \akirō\
1. Esperanto for acquisition, an asset bought or obtained
2. a firm that facilitates medical practice transactions and acquisitions
9 out of 10 acquisitions will fail this year.
The reason may be on a computer screen near you.
Compliance doesn’t end when M&A is complete.
Hospital CEOs can be held personally liable if their hospital is fined for violating federal law.
akiro to Facilitate Physician Practice M&A Transactions
New Consulting Practice Joins Growing GPMF Holdings Healthcare Ecosystem
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What’s With IT?

It is often the forgotten stepchild in the M&A process and yet, information technology is often the critical link between the two organizations.

Looking Where Others Don’t

That’s the akiro difference. Successful physician practice M&A is about defining expectations and integrating the organization from an IT, governance, culture, and process perspective. It’s that comprehensive outlook that sets akiro consultants apart.

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Sally, Sally, Sally…Gone but Not Forgotten

Sally Yates, you may remember her from her infamous termination back in 2017. But, few of us are aware of her landmark directive issued 2 years earlier titled: Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing, or as we like to call it The Yates MemoIt ushered in a new aggressive stance by the DOJ in addressing corporate liability that may just affect you. 

What’s With IT?

It is often the forgotten stepchild in the M&A process and yet, information technology is often the critical link between the two organizations.

Looking Where Others Don’t

That’s the akiro difference. Successful physician practice M&A is about defining expectations and integrating the organization from an IT, governance, culture, and process perspective. It’s that comprehensive outlook that sets akiro consultants apart.

Sally, Sally, Sally…Gone but Not Forgotten

Sally Yates, you may remember her from her infamous termination back in 2017. But, few of us are aware of her landmark directive issued 2 years earlier titled: Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing. 

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