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Orthopedics: The New Darling of Private Equity

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The past decade has seen a tremendous amount of private equity investment in physician practice recapitalizations, primarily in hospital-based practices such as anesthesiology and radiology as well as “retail medicine practices” like dermatology and ophthalmology/optometry, to name a few.  Orthopedics, on the other hand, has received less attention from investors for a few reasons. First, … Continue reading this entry

At The Intersection of New Bundled Payment Programs and New Discharge Rules: Private Equity Opportunities

Recently, CMS has promulgated new bundled payment rules for Comprehensive Joint Replacement (CJR) that require the mandatory participation of approximately 800 hospitals across the US. This bundle includes not only the inpatient DRG care, but also 90 days of post-discharge care. Contemporaneously, CMS has initiated rulemaking which totally revamps the discharge planning process for hospitals by requiring … Continue reading this entry

Six Trends Impacting Health Care M&A in 2016

From hospital expansions with large insurance deals to physician group consolidation, the continued outlook for health care mergers and acquisitions in 2016 is expected to be rampant. The following six factors will likely be present in the health care M&A landscape in 2016:… Continue reading this entry

Recap: Health Care Investors Summit – Exploring the Impact and Opportunities from Health Care Convergence

The 2015 Health Care Investors Summit, co-hosted by Foley and Deloitte & Touche, LLP, was held on September 24. This program examined convergence in health care and the effects on investing, mergers and acquisitions, provider consolidation, partnerships, collaborations and related regulatory developments. A robust discussion occurred between the keynotes as well as the panelists. Some … Continue reading this entry

Health Care Rep and Warranty Insurance: New Solutions for Private Equity Buyers and Sellers

Whether in an auction or proprietary transaction, risk allocation has typically been a function of indemnities tied to reps and warranties and the type of credit supporting the type of supporting credit. Holdbacks, earnouts, escrows, baskets and caps and their varied combinations are part of deal making “market” studies and the inevitable negotiation of who bears … Continue reading this entry

Leading Private Equity Investment Themes Topic of Second Annual Health Care Investors Summit

With a keynote speech by Tenet Vice Chair Keith Pitts, and three panel discussions lead by investor representatives from Thomas Lee Partners, Riverside Partners, Nautic, and Welch Carson as well as provider and payer speakers from Aetna, Kindred, Mass General and others, a full house in Boston was treated to the major investment themes resonating in Board … Continue reading this entry