Provident Healthcare Partners discuss various topics in healthcare mergers and acquisitions, including trends we are seeing within the industry and exploring a process. For additional information, visit www.providenthp.com or email email@example.com.
Examining Investor Interest in Aesthetic Medicine
Aesthetic Medicine and MedSpa organizations have been attracting considerable attention and investor interest over the last several quarters. In this episode, Provident’s AJ Shekar and Steven Grassaare joined by Craig Woods and Dean Gould of Dykema, a leading national law firm, to discuss investor activity in the space. The conversation will cover topics such as consolidation drivers, transaction structures, and how best to prepare your business for a sale.
Sanford Behavioral Health in the Spotlight – The Path to In-Network Status and Building a Full Continuum in Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and Eating Disorder (ED) organizations
The Substance Use Disorder and Eating Disorder verticals have seen accelerated investor interest over the past five years with over 50 private equity platform investments and over 150 add-on transactions. In this episode, Provident’s behavioral health team members Craig Sager and Dan O’Brien are joined by David Green, Co-Founder and CEO of Sanford Behavioral Health, and Rae Green, Co-Founder and President of Sanford Behavioral Health. Sanford Behavioral Health is one of the leading substance abuse and eating disorder treatment providers in Michigan. The discussion focuses on the key tailwinds that make this highly-fragmented sector so attractive, the importance of offering a continuum of care, and in-network vs. out of network approaches to addiction treatment.
The Evolving Primary Care Landscape – The Transition to Risk and the Value of a Covered Life
Primary care is arguably the most dynamic vertical across the healthcare industry. In this episode, Provident’s Primary Care team led by Craig Sager and Dustin Thompson are joined by Jonah Broulette, a Principal at Milliman, one of the leading Medicare actuarial firms in the country. Their conversation unpacks the history of primary care and its current state of affairs; value based care, taking risk and why it matters; and closely examining valuations across the sector.
An Update on the Debt Capital Markets: Trends to Consider for Healthcare Companies
Debt has been a key financing source for healthcare M&A transactions. The availability of debt capital markets with the attractive rate environment has been a key reason for the heightened deal volume we have experienced within healthcare. Macroeconomic changes in the last few months have impacted deal activity across the economy, including specific areas within healthcare services. In this episode, Provident’s Scott Davis and AJ Shekar are joined by Pete Coffin of Twin Brook Capital Partners to discuss what is happening in the debt capital markets today.
Autism in the Spotlight: Key differentiators that will set you apart from the competition (Ep.19)
Several factors separate great ABA/Autism Services practices from the rest. In this episode, Rayni McMahon, BCBA , Managing Principal of Consulting for Human Services, joins Provident’s Craig Sager and Tommy Spiegel to discuss the playbook for practices to stand out both clinically and operationally.
Analyzing Key Developments in the Behavioral Health Space (Autism Services, Addiction Treatment, and Mental Health)
Paul Gomez and Tim Perrin of Polsinelli join Steven Grassa, Tommy Spiegel, and Dan O’Brien of Provident Healthcare Partners’ to discuss the state of the behavioral health industry, including recent legislative and regulatory developments, transaction activity, and overall consolidation trends.
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Very well structured and informative - the Podcast provides insight into the strategy behind healthcare transactions and why providers are pursuing deals.
This podcast was very informative. I really enjoyed the topics for the first three episodes, I am excited to see what Provident will be discussing in it's next episode. Definitely reccomend this podcast if you are a business owner or shareholder for a healthcare services company looking to understand what the healthcare market is doing and why, and where to begin if you wanted to consider exploring a transaction.
This podcast was excellent! Very informative, and enjoyable to listen to. Can't wait for the next few episodes.