Anesthesia

Q3-2017 Anesthesia Services Update– The anesthesia services sector remained active during the third quarter of 2017. Two new private equity platforms emerged within the interventional pain management segment, and strategic consolidators in the ambulatory and hospital based segment continued to expand through add-on acquisitions.

Q2-2017 Anesthesia Services Update– Deal flow within the anesthesiology sector remained strong during the second quarter of 2017. Consolidation continued as strategics entered new markets, and a new private equity platform was created. Several organizations are in the midst of raising capital, which will accelerate consolidation throughout the remainder of 2017.

Q1-2017 Anesthesia Services Update– Four anesthesia transactions in the first quarter of 2017 were a result of both private equity-backed platform organizations entering new markets, and strategic consolidators expanding their presence in existing markets.

Q4-2016 Anesthesia Services Update– Anesthesia continued to be actively consolidated in the fourth quarter, with strategic consolidators again accounting for most of the deal flow. Interest remained high across a number of practice settings including all-physician practices, care team models, CRNA-only groups, and pain management providers.

Transaction Advisory– Desert Mountain Consultants in Anesthesia, P.C. (DMC) has been acquired by Sheridan Healthcare. DMC provides anesthesia and pain services at thirteen locations in Phoenix, Arizona.

Transaction Advisory – New Jersey Anesthesia Group, P.A. has been acquired by North American Partners in Anesthesia. New Jersey Anesthesia Group, P.A, based in Paterson, NJ, provides anesthesia services to several hospitals and medical centers in New Jersey, as well as to more than 12 outpatient facilities.

Conference: Attended – MGMA 2015 Anesthesia Conference, April 30-May 2, 2015, Chicago, Illinois.

Transaction Advisory – Comprehensive Pain Management, PC (CPM) has completed a merger with Interventional Management Services (IMS). CPM is a non-invasive pain management company, operating nine clinical offices in Georgia, most of which have a co-located ambulatory surgery center.

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