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Bill Wilson

bwilson@lancasterpollard.com

Bill is a senior vice president and regional manager of the Central States for Lancaster Pollard. He is the lead health care banker for clients in Kansas, Oklahoma and North and South Dakota. Prior to joining Lancaster Pollard, Bill served as a congressional aide in the U.S. House of Representatives, assisting specifically with Medicare, Medicaid and Department of Housing and Urban Development issues. He is based out of the firm’s office in Lawrence, Kan.

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New Revenue Procedure Is Here To Stay

2/12/2017 Out with the old and in with the new? A recent revenue procedure change is catching the attention of health care providers with facilities financed through tax-exempt bonds. The good news is, the changes allow for greater flexibility and revised safe harbor guidelines.  Read More

Opportunities Abound: Health Care Tax-Exempt Capital Markets Update

8/10/2016 In an increasingly regulated health care industry with its fair share of challenges, organizations are always on the lookout for opportunities to access low-cost capital to improve and/or expand their facilities. Read More

Room to Grow: How Small and Critical Access Hospitals Are Financing Expansion Projects

2/8/2015 Almost one fifth of the U.S. population lives in a rural area. Small and critical access hospitals play a vital role in rural areas and are likely to offer services that otherwise would not be accessible to residents. As a result, these hospitals may be required to expand and/or renovate their facilities in order to provide additional service lines, adjust the amount of outpatient and inpatient services and improve operational efficiencies and patient amenities. Read More

Financial Feasibility Studies: Five Best Practices for Senior Living Providers

6/25/2014 2014 began with many positive indications for capital projects in the senior living sector.  Read More

Financial Feasibility Studies: Five Best Practices for Hospitals

6/25/2014 2014 began with many positive indications for capital projects in the hospital sector.   Read More

Five Best Practices for Financial Feasibility Studies

6/17/2014 2014 began with many positive indications for capital projects in the senior living and hospital sectors.   Read More

The For-Profit Versus Nonprofit Conundrum

4/14/2013 The senior living industry offers an interesting opportunity to observe both for-profit and nonprofit organizations. Read More

The Capital Issue: December 2014-January 2015

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