HealthLeaders Media June 18, 2024
Marie DeFreitas

Private equity bankruptcies are projected to increase in 2024.

Private equity is woven into many health systems, and it’s not always playing out well. According to a new report by the Private Equity Stakeholder Project, health systems funded by private equity have entered a pattern of financial distress and bankruptcies. The report notes that 2023 marked a record year of large healthcare bankruptcies, and private equity accounted for some of the largest ones.

According to the findings, this wave of...

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