Home Health Care News January 13, 2021
Robert Holly

The “sugar high” that some cash-strapped home health providers felt after receiving federal assistance linked to the COVID-19 pandemic is coming to an end, top executives from LHC Group Inc. (Nasdaq: LHCG) believe.

As a result, consolidation is beginning to ramp up again, setting the stage for a potentially record-setting year for dealmaking. Prior to the coronavirus, most industry insiders expected 2020 to be that historic year for M&A due to the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM).

“We have been anticipating this historic consolidation opportunity in our industry to materialize in home health as a result of PDGM,” LHC Group Chairman and CEO Keith Myers said Wednesday during a presentation at the annual JP Morgan Healthcare Conference. “While the pandemic and...

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