Middle Market Growth May 12, 2022
Kathryn Mulligan

Industry changes translate into investment opportunities

Changes to where patients receive care and how those services are paid for are among the themes shaping M&A opportunities in healthcare, according to experts from DHG and Marwood Group who spoke during ACG’s InterGrowth conference in April.

During a session titled “Healthcare M&A Trends,” Jay Stine, partner at professional services firm DHG, and Jennifer Meyers, managing director at Marwood, a healthcare-focused consulting firm, outlined six macro trends shaping healthcare M&A:

1. Home Healthcare Services

Skilled and unskilled nursing, hospice, autism services and other forms of care are among the healthcare services that are increasingly shifting away from clinical settings and into the home, driven both by patients who like the convenience and payers who appreciate the...

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Topics: Digital Health, Health IT, Insurance, Medicare Advantage, Mergers & Acquisitions / JV, Payment Models, Post-Acute Care, Provider, Technology, Telehealth, Trends, Value Based
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