January 28, 2021, 1 pm EDT

Community-based non-profit provider organizations may have deep roots in behavioral health services, but do they have the money that will let them fulfill their mission? One possible answer: there is a whole stream of new private equity investments happening in health care. These out-of-industry investment funds have a keen interest in anything “behavioral health” related, but can they also strengthen your sustainability? In this web briefing, we will discuss moving from the non-profit environment to the world of private equity investment partnerships, including “the good, bad, and the not-so-attractive.”

Join us to learn:

  • How to approach the opportunities for consolidation
  • How to find the right partner
  • How to help board leadership understand and work with private equity
  • What “scale” is and means for culture and leadership changes
  • What is critical in a partnership with private equity concerning growth vs. profit
  • Lessons learned by executives who has walked this path

Featured Speakers

Jonathan Evans, Founder, President & CEO, innovaTel Telepsychiatry

Jonathan Evans, MS, brings 30 years of experience in the behavioral health field. Mr. Evans is the Founder and is currently the President and Chief Executive Officer of innovaTel Telepsychiatry, LLC. He brings noted expertise in the design of community-based programs, new service line development, telehealth-based service delivery, and has expertise working with private equity and venture capital investment in the behavioral health sector. He also has worked on governance and leadership issues with his own organization and the Pennsylvania Community Provider Association.

C. Lynn Mason, President & CEO, Broadstep

C. Lynn Mason, joined Broadstep in 2019 after holding numerous senior leadership positions in multi-site, multi-state organizations within primary care, acute and chronic services, hospitals, and pharmacy. Under Lynn’s leadership, Broadstep is embarking upon a new vision to be the nation’s first-choice in I/DD and behavioral health, offering the highest quality supportive living services and promising a place your heart calls home.

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