Lexology July 8, 2024
Troutman Pepper

During the past 12 years, private equity (PE) firms have served as major investors in the U.S. health care market, participating in acquisitions and consolidations of physician practices across various specialties. PE involvement facilitates market consolidation and increases resources, improves efficiency and operations, and advances new technologies — this allows physicians and professional staff to focus on what they excel at — the treatment of patients. The current economic climate of high interest rates and increased investment scrutiny has caused PE to refocus and shift to new strategies, but investments have remained strong. Troutman Pepper’s Health Care Transaction team is experienced in navigating these new strategies both from the sell-side and the buy-side, and we are excited to help continue...

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Topics: Investments, Mergers & Acquisitions / JV, Physician, Provider, Trends
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