McKinsey June 24, 2021
Edward Levine, Neil Rao, Robert Uhlaner, and Liz Wol

Healthcare organizations can use M&A to drive strategic goals while securing long-term value.

As we emerge from the COVID-19 crisis, healthcare organizations need to align on and begin implementing their strategic and operational plans for the post-pandemic era, including responding to the potential disruption of traditional business models. The trends that have been shaping the healthcare industry, such as consumer adoption of digital health platforms and tools, will likely accelerate in the wake of COVID-19. We anticipate the crisis will impact growth rates across healthcare segments, specifically increasing growth for healthcare services companies (especially in virtual care platforms including telehealth, patient engagement, and wearable technologies) while payers’ and providers’ traditional core businesses may see declining earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation,...

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