Release: The Ambulatory M&A Advisor Welcomes New Editorial Advisors to the Publication

Dallas, TX – February 17, 2016

The Ambulatory M&A Advisor welcomes Greg Zoch and Curtis Bernstein as Editorial Advisors on its journey as an outlet of information for the outpatient healthcare industry.

“While still in its infancy, The Ambulatory M&A Advisor is rapidly growing and we are in need of likeminded professionals that believe a more educated market improves us all,” Blayne Rush, Publisher of The Ambulatory M&A Advisor says.

“We are excited about adding both Greg and Curtis. They are at the top of their respected professions. We will continue to grow the publication as well as the Editorial Advisors group.”

The Editorial Advisors represent a broad range of professionals that have a wealth of experience with healthcare transactions, operations, valuations, taxes within the ambulatory care market.

“In the healthcare market today, providers, payors, equity groups and others are actively involved in deals.  Some parties are looking to align to manage patient care while others are looking to maximize profit,” Bernstein says.

“Regardless of their intent, knowledge of issues associated with these transactions is critical.  The Ambulatory M&A Advisor is a great resource to all participants in these transactions and I am glad to be part of the team making this information available.”

According to Rush, Editorial Advisors will assist with topics, write original articles, be interview sources, recruit contributing writers and interview sources as well as lead webinars. They are volunteers that have interests in educating and informing the community as highly respected members of their field.

“I am proud and honored to be of service to The Ambulatory M&A Advisor and its readership.  Their focus on improving the industry, the businesses and the lives of those involved, aligns with my personal & professional passion to service,” Zoch says expressing his enthusiasm for the progress of the publication.


Media contact:
Richard Romero (469) 385-7790;


Greg Zoch KBICAbout Greg Zoch, Partner & Managing Director of Ambulatory Surgery Center & Surgical Hospital Practice for Kaye/Bassman International Corporation:

Greg has been involved with the marketing of health care organizations and services and with the recruitment of health care professionals since 1990. Greg’s deep knowledge and healthcare industry experience has given him keen insight into the issues, trends and motivating factors that are fundamental to business development, career growth, satisfaction and retention.

His singular focus is on the strategic growth and staffing initiatives of client companies, who develop, manage, consult with, and/or own and operate ambulatory health care centers.


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About Curtis Bernstein, Principal, Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting:

Curtis Bernstein joined Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting in 2015 as a Principal.  Curtis has two decades of management in the provider and consulting settings.  For the past decade, Curtis has focused on strategic and valuation consulting services around provider relationships in the healthcare industry. Prior to joining Pinnacle, Curtis was a managing director of transaction advisory services at Altegra Health and director of valuation services at HealthCare Appraisers where he worked with clients including law firms, hospitals, ancillary service providers, physician practices, and life sciences clients.


Blayne Rush Ambulatory Alliances thumbnailAbout Blayne Rush, Publisher of The Ambulatory M&A Advisor, President of Ambulatory Alliances LLC:

Rush is an investment banker with over 15 years of healthcare experience with considerable expertise in the areas of business transactions, complex negotiations, and financial analysis. Blayne has worked with over 250 healthcare organizations ranging from physicians to corporate partners and hospital health systems on transactions.




About The Ambulatory M&A Advisor:

The Ambulatory M&A Advisor ( is a publication that covers business, legal and transactional updates and insights around ambulatory care center deal making. It focuses exclusively on topics for those interested in mergers and acquisition tactics, strategies, processes, dealmakers and the interrelated activities of buying and selling outpatient care centers.





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