David Morlock

David Morlock is a senior banker in the Firm’s Health Systems M&A Group. Mr. Morlock joined Cain Brothers in 2016 with 30 years of experience as a health system executive. His track record includes strategy development, mergers and acquisitions, affiliation agreements, joint ventures, major capital investments, and other unique arrangements tailored to meet the needs of healthcare organizations’ specific circumstances. Notable and innovative transactions and advisory engagements include the divestiture of MDwise health plan by Indiana University Health, acquisition of Ohio Valley Health by Alecto, affiliation between Fairview Health and the University of Minnesota, healthcare strategic advisory work for the University of North Carolina, affiliation between ProMedica and the University of Toledo College of Medicine, the University of Michigan Health System sale of M-Care to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, and the University of Michigan’s acquisition of a major research campus from Pfizer. Mr. Morlock is a frequent author of articles and speaker on health care industry mergers and acquisitions and strategic capital insights.

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COVID-19
Health Systems Embrace Platforming and Innovative Financing Strategies
In March 2020, we put the finishing touches on a commentary describing innovative capital formation strategies for not-for-profit… Read More
By and April 1, 2021
Economics
Cain Brothers House Calls Podcast: Health Systems Embrace Platforming and Innovative Financing Strategies
Health Systems Embrace Platforming and Innovative Financing Strategies To compete in dynamic, consumer-centric markets, not-for-profit health systems must… Read More
By and March 25, 2021
The Future of Hospitals in Post-COVID America (Part 2): The Policy Response
Policy
The Future of Hospitals in Post-COVID America (Part 2): The Policy Response
Editor’s Note: This is our second article on the Future of Hospitals in Post-COVID America. The first article,… Read More
By , and September 29, 2020
Economics
Brand-Heavy and Asset-Light: Moving Beyond the Acute-Care Mindset
For health systems, the day of reckoning is near. A recent Morgan Stanley report states that over 1,000… Read More
By and November 14, 2018
Economics
Is Tax-Exemption Necessary? Enlightened Health Systems Should Consider the Unthinkable
 In the mid-1800s, English philosopher and political economist John Stuart Mill developed “Utilitarianism,” a framework for making moral… Read More
By and January 17, 2018
Economics
The Rise and Fall of Academic Medicine: AMC Competitiveness in Post-Reform Healthcare
Rome wasn’t built in a day and didn’t collapse overnight. After centuries of growth, prosperity and domination, the… Read More
By and December 12, 2016