Behavioral Health Business March 16, 2023
Laura Lovett

Investors project that behavioral health will have the most investment of any medical specialty over the next 12 to 24 months.

That’s according to new data from KPMG’s 2023 Healthcare and Life Sciences Investment Outlook. Specifically, 20% of survey respondents said that behavioral health was the medical specialty most likely for investment, with another 19% noting that behavioral health was the second most likely investment.

Cardiology and orthopedics were the second and third highest projections for investments, respectively.

Investors foresee value-based care becoming a major driver in health care. The value-based care trend could impact the behavioral health sector.

“The long-term trend toward value-based care will continue to drive business model changes in some specialties,” the authors of the report...

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Topics: Investments, Mental Health, Provider, Survey / Study, Trends
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