The Quarter Ended December 31, 2013 Earnings Conference Call
Thursday, February 06, 2014
5:30 PM ET
Raymond James’ 35th Annual Institutional Investors Conference Presentation
The Advisory Board Company is a leading service provider to the health
care and education industries, hardwiring performance improvement through best practice
research, software tools, and consulting and management services.
Our services are provided through 58 subscription-based memberships programs to
approximately 4,100 institutions. These include hospitals, health systems, pharmaceutical
and biotech companies, health care insurers, medical device companies, colleges,
universities, and other educational institutions. Our business model is predicated
on the view that there are economies of intellect in the sectors we serve—compelling
advantages to large numbers of key players collaborating to identify specific opportunities
that have the potential to shape their industries. Through our membership programs,
we illuminate these opportunities and provide the services and support to hardwire
the critical performance improvement required for meaningful change.
By providing a standardized set of services, we are able to spread our largely fixed
program cost structure across our membership base of participating organizations.
This economic model permits members to learn about industry best practices and access
hosted software solutions at a fraction of the cost of customized analysis, consulting
services, or software development provided by other business services firms.
We strive to provide our members with an unparalleled level of service. Our hope
is that our members recognize our dedication to intelligent support and, therefore,
maintain a long-term commitment to working with us.
Stock Split Information
2013 Annual Report
|Market Value ($M)||2,646.48|
|Stock Quote||$ 58.73|
|Change ||$ (1.26)|
|As of April 24, 2014 2:32 PM|
Minimum 20 minute delay.
|Advisory Board Company,|
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Washington, DC 20037
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