MedCity News June 24, 2021
Anuja Vaidya

The volume of deals in the health services sector hit a quarterly record-high of 426 deals in Q1 2021, up 21% from 352 deals in the fourth quarter of 2020. Regulatory shifts, changes in care delivery and the rise of non-traditional healthcare companies are all driving the trend.

Health services deal volume is soaring, with the first quarter of 2021 seeing a record high of 426 deals, according to a new report by PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Released Tuesday, the report shows that deal volume in Q1 2021 jumped 21% from the fourth quarter of 2020, which saw 352 deals. This was previously the highest quarterly deal volume ever.

Specifically, deal volumes increased by 59% in the rehabilitation sub-sector compared to 2020, and...

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