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2020 GSAM Healthcare Investment Diagnostic

Observations from Leading Healthcare Systems and Hospitals

COVID-19 has meaningfully impacted hospital systems both operationally and financially. The pandemic has exposed challenges to hospital systems that are being addressed through a refined focus on liquidity management, dynamic investment decisions, and collaboration across the governance structure.

Our third annual GSAM Investment Healthcare Diagnostic highlights how healthcare systems are planning for 2021 and beyond.

2020 GSAM Healthcare Investment Diagnostic
Listen as Paget MacColl, Co-Head of the Americas Institutional Client Business, discusses how healthcare organizations are seeking to generate long-term investment returns and touches on top takeaways from the diagnostic.

Key Highlights

  • Scale: Within a persistent environment of mergers and acquisitions (M&A), larger healthcare organizations may benefit from certain efficiencies. Despite requiring more employees, larger healthcare investment portfolios may have a lower cost per employee. Additionally, the largest portfolios may be able to more efficiently access alternatives and other high-fee assets.
 
  • Alignment: Hospitals are increasingly taking into consideration the return objectives, operating margins, and liquidity profile within the investment portfolio. In addition, many seek to align their investment portfolio with their mission through Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) and impact investment strategies.
 
  • Risk Management: COVID-19 has underscored the need for enterprise risk management analyses that consider a wide range of outcomes, as well as the need for nimbleness. Due to strong liquidity management throughout the crisis, hospital systems may be well-positioned to seek higher expected returns from private assets.

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