Home Health Care News May 16, 2022
Joyce Famakinwa

Humana Inc. (NYSE: HUM) and Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe (WCAS) are pumping $1.2 billion into a joint venture (JV) to further expand its senior-focused value-based primary care clinics.

Specifically, Humana’s CenterWell Senior Primary Care arm will be the partner in the expanded WCAS relationship.

The success and expansion of senior-focused value-based primary care could potentially lead to collaboration between these organizations and home health providers. This, in turn, opens the door for providers to engage in risk-sharing models.

CenterWell is the largest senior-focused, value-based primary care group in the U.S.

On its end, WCAS is a private equity firm focused on technology and health care. WCAS also has a recently launched portfolio company, Valtruis, which is dedicated to value-based...

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