Behavioral Health Business October 16, 2021
Guest Contributor

Behavioral health transactions in the mergers and acquisitions space continue to flourish in 2021. As the country emerges from the pandemic, the need for these services is expected to continue to climb.

Mental health has been a dominant theme in the health care space as COVID-19 has left many in vulnerable and struggling positions related to psychological and mental challenges with depression, addiction, anxiety and general coping in record numbers.

Young as well as established companies continue to innovate in an effort to differentiate themselves from the crowded market to deal with these matters.

It is estimated that, for example, there are 20,000 health-based apps either available or in production, said Dexter Braff, President, The Braff Group, a leading mergers...

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Topics: Mental Health, Mergers & Acquisitions / JV, Provider, Trends
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