Environmental Social Governance
ESG integrates the dual aims of environmental stewardship and a just social mission, with governance over both.
- Demonstrating a commitment to ESG may help workforce recruitment efforts, especially among younger generations.
- For organizations considering new debt issuance, an ESG commitment may attract a broader pool of investors.
- Disclosure of ESG data aligns with the mission-driven, community-centered focus of not-for-profit healthcare.
- A leadership position on ESG issues may enable the organization to help shape emerging disclosure standards.
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Featured ESG Insights
Hope Doesn’t Pay Debt Service…or Does It?
“Hope doesn’t pay debt service” is a message I heard repeatedly from many hospital executives during my years as a ratings analyst. Any astute finance executive or finance committee...
ESG’s Growing Influence in the Capital Markets
Watch to hear perspectives on the evolving role of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) in not-for-profit healthcare.
The Growing Influence of Environmental, Social, and Governance Investing in Not-for-Profit Healthcare
Interest in ESG investing has grown at a rapid pace, but disclosure standards are still developing. Health system leaders should carefully consider the pros and cons of ESG disclosure.
Rating Agency Spring Update on the Pandemic, Labor and ESG
Listen to rating agency experts discuss the pandemic’s continued financial impact on hospitals including labor challenges and volume trends.
An Empathic Approach to Post-Merger Integration
Empathy can play a powerful role in building a common culture within a newly combined organization.
Our ESG Experts
Robert Turner, Managing Director, Treasury & Capital Markets Practice Leader
Robert Turner is a Practice Leader in the Treasury and Capital Markets practice. He consults with healthcare clients nationwide, focusing on issues related to capital structure strategy, and the analysis and implementation of debt transactions.Learn More About Robert
John Andersen, Vice President
John Andersen is a Vice President of Kaufman Hall and a member of the firm’s Treasury and Capital Markets practice.Learn More About John
Bobby Bruning, Vice President
Bobby Bruning is a Vice President with Kaufman Hall’s Treasury and Capital Markets practice. He provides analytical, quantitative, and strategic support, primarily for not-for-profit hospitals and health systems nationwide.Learn More About Bobby