Areas of Expertise
Louisiana State University, E. J. Ourso College of Business
Master of Business Administration
Corporate Finance and Internal Audit
Baton Rouge, LA
Louisiana State University and A&M College
Bachelor of Science
Economics: International Trade and Finance
Baton Rouge, LA
Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA)
National Association of Certified Valuators & Analysts (NACVA)
Bill McCollister, MBA, CVA is a vice president at Coker Group with more than fifteen years of operations, management, and administration experience in the healthcare industry. In his prior roles, Bill has led a team of finance professionals at a large regional radiology practice, provided management and operations consulting services for medical oncology clinics, and provided consulting services in finance, strategy and compliance for physician and provider compensation arrangements to nationwide health systems and large group practices. Bill is especially knowledgeable in arrangements that provide compensation in exchange for various services in either an employment or independent contractor setting, including clinical services, call coverage, hospital collections guarantees and subsidies, administrative services, graduate medical education, supervision, and management services arrangements.
Before entering the healthcare industry, Bill provided international process improvement services throughout eastern Europe as an internal auditor with Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company, headquartered in Athens, Greece.
- Provides consulting services in finance, operations and strategy related to the exchange of compensation between health systems, hospitals, and providers of various healthcare services.
- Works with healthcare entities to ensure smooth and compliant acquisitions and divestitures through performing thorough due diligence reviews.
- Advises clients on a variety of healthcare transactions dealing with contract structure and alignment to all parties’ mission, vision, values, and financial objectives.
- Assists healthcare entities with structuring competitive compensation packages for provider services in unusual or difficult-to-recruit environments, such as rural service markets.