Behavioral Health Business June 21, 2024
Laura Lovett

The total value of behavioral care deals was down by 18% in the first half of 2024, compared to 2023.

That’s according to PWC’s new mid-year report on deals in the health services sector. The report counted a total of 81 behavioral care deals in the first half of the year, equating to a 2% volume decrease year over year.

But behavioral health isn’t alone in the deal slump. The value of health care deals is down by 4% year over year. Still, the overall deal value in health care is up 18%.

The report’s authors said that new regulatory changes could potentially hinder dealmaking this year.

“Increased regulatory review continues to be top of mind for dealmakers in the...

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