A&M Adds Two Managing Directors to Healthcare Group
Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) announced it has expanded its Healthcare Industry Group with the addition of Arnold Schaffer and Ronald Vance who join as managing directors based in Los Angeles and Washington DC, respectively. Each brings significant executive healthcare management experience, working with both payers and providers.
Schaffer has an extensive background providing operational direction to healthcare industry leaders, advising on such matters as mergers and strategic alliances; network development for accountable care; and strategic, organizational and cultural corporate integration. With a respective focus on value creation,
Vance assists clients with revenue generation, product development, operational improvements, provider network contracting and management, mergers and acquisitions, and turnarounds.
“Executives turn to A&M for help navigating the complex and disruptive changes occurring all across the healthcare industry,” said Guy Sansone, Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal and head of the firm’s Healthcare Industry Group. “Having worked with industry leaders across the continuum of care, A&M has the benefit of multiple vantage points – a perspective that is unique in the consulting marketplace and informs the strategic approach we take in helping clients to tackle complex issues, fuel innovation and maximize value.”
Schaffer most recently served as Founder, President and CEO of Mobius Healthcare Consulting. Before that, he held executive positions at numerous large healthcare systems including Providence Health & Services and Universal Health Services, where he served as CEO of numerous hospitals.
Vance is the former president of the Payer Solutions division at CIGNA, where he and his team provided network, clinical, pharmacy, and behavioral solutions for the nation’s top health insurers and administrators. He also served as founder and President of Salus Strategy Group, a boutique consultancy that provided strategic guidance and support to companies across the health services and insurance sectors.