EBG Advisors is a national strategy and management consultancy that serves the health care industry. Our areas of expertise include business strategy and program development, policy analysis, regulatory compliance, performance improvement, and data security.
Based in Washington, DC, but serving clients globally ... [read more]
With a far-reaching network of health care experts, EBG Advisors is capable of supporting client innovations from ideation to implementation. We understand the dynamics of the health care industry and can provide customized, creative, and practical solutions to your business problems.
The EBG Advisors network offers a mix of professional talent—from physicians ...
Tackling Complex Challenges
We implemented a national health insurance program for a Caribbean territory and recommended not only an approach to medical management and wellness but also the features intended to ensure program integrity.
Globalization across the entire health care industry, changes in reimbursement structures ...
EBG Advisors works collaboratively with its two affiliates—Epstein Becker Green (a law firm) and National Health Advisors (a public policy and government affairs consulting firm)—to fulfill a client’s business objectives and consulting, legal, and advocacy needs. ... [read more]
In the wake of the demise of recent Affordable Care Act “repeal and replace” efforts, both “skinny” and full boat, health care financial sponsors may wonder how they should be thinking about opportunities and threats related to their portfolio companies and targets.
Advisory by Bob Atlas and attorney Timothy Murphy. "Health insurers are wary of the new bill’s effects on the stability of the individual insurance market. ... Hospitals, other providers, and governors remain concerned that Medicaid funding will become too limited to sustain decent coverage and payment in the long run."
EBG Advisors successfully assisted the second Caribbean country to implement National Health Insurance (NHI), a single-payer system designed to ensure that all citizens have access to health care.