W. Gregg Slager is senior partner at the leading firm Ernst & Young and a founder of the company's global health sector. He currently serves as the EY global health transaction advisory services leader, where he works with organizations from multiple sectors to manage health care costs, improve efficiency, and facilitate better health outcomes. Slager frequently speaks and writes about health care mergers and acquisitions and is a private investor in wellness- and technology-focused ventures.
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