About The Instructor
Robert Goodman is Vice President for Healthcare and he works with physician practices as well as other outpatient healthcare providers in support of their future plans. These plans can range from the sale to a consolidation effort to facilitating new partnerships and business combinations. The support he provides is strategic, financial and practical, and tends to involve advisory services, positioning options, growth strategies, equity raises, and a competitive process for finding the right client-focused solution.
Bob has been a hospital administrator, including as CEO where he led the hospital’s turnaround; worked in the investment banking field in a turnaround capacity; was a finance executive at an equipment leasing company financing outpatient start-ups, healthcare practices, hospitals and other healthcare businesses; and as a healthcare strategic business consultant and advisor he has written business plans, conducted turnarounds, performed due diligence services for investors and lenders, fostered the sale of several outpatient centers, and obtained debt financing and restructured debt for nearly 20 years, during which time he has had ownership and operating interests, as well as board seats, in several healthcare companies.
Bob’s volunteerism efforts include being Board Chair for the Central/Southern NJ American Heart Association starting July 1, 2020, as well as being a Board member, Treasurer, and Chair of the Finance Committees of both the Organ Procurement & Transplant Network (OPTN) and United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS), the organization that operates the OPTN.
Bob holds a bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University and an MBA with a concentration in Healthcare Administration from Wagner College.