Behavioral Health

Q1-2018 Behavioral Health Update– The Behavioral Health space picked up where 2017 left off, experiencing another robust quarter of consolidation activity.

Q4-2017 Behavioral Health Update– The behavioral health sector experienced a very active fourth quarter to close out a year full of rampant merger and acquisition activity across all service lines in the sector.

Featured Publication– Robert Aprill and Michael Fassett were quoted in Behavioral Healthcare Executive in a recent article “Follow-on deal build out portfolios.”

Q3-2017 Behavioral Health Update– The behavioral health sector has been one of the most active areas within healthcare for the better part of the last two years and the third quarter of 2017 was no different. With 11 transactions taking place over the last quarter, six of which included either a private equity group or a private equity-backed acquirer, the sector continues to see heavy deal volume.

Q2-2017 Behavioral Health Update– The behavioral health sector continued its heightened consolidation activity, macro trends such as increased mental illness awareness, the rise of substance abuse, and the lingering implications of the ACA have led to aggressive projections.

Featured Publication– Healthcare transactions announced in January show a few hot trends—growth in behavioral health deals, movement in the post-acute care space and acquisitions of health insurance companies by providers, according to professionals who counsel health-care industry players on mergers and acquisitions.

Understanding the Behavioral Health Landscape of 2016– The behavioral health sector has experienced unprecedented growth over the past ten years. In this Provident Perspective, we cover two subsectors that have been the source of a great deal of investor interest, and that we believe will continue to be the focus of both strategic and financial sponsors over the coming years.

Featured Publication – Director Greg Wappett was featured in a recent article on the Behavioral Healthcare sector that was written by Mergermarket, the leading provider of forward-looking M&A intelligence and data to M&A professionals and corporations.

Conference: Attended – National Council for Behavioral Health NATCON Conference, April 20-22, 2015, Orlando, Florida.

  • “A lot of investment bankers were interviewed, Provident was chosen. Provident delivered. My clients could not be happier.”

  • “Provident listened to our story, confirmed that our business was valuable and made us feel like this was the only transaction important to them.”

  • “We would not have been successful navigating the process without Provident’s hard work and active participation. They exceeded our expectations and we would highly recommend them to any health care company seeking a knowledgeable and engaged investment banking firm.”

  • “After working with Provident on several transactions, it is evident that their extensive industry knowledge and deal expertise prove to be invaluable to their clients.”

  • “Provident’s depth of experience and practical business savvy was demonstrated in their ability to cut through what sometimes looked like impasse.”

  • “While the decision to sell our business was a difficult one, Provident vigilantly represented and protected our best interests throughout the transaction.  Provident was the right choice for Cascade and I would recommend their services to anyone.”

  • ”I have a tremendous amount of appreciation and gratitude to the Provident team for their hard work and diligence throughout this process. Each and every member of the Provident team is excellent at their jobs and it has been a pleasure working with such a professional team. Provident has provided outstanding guidance and counsel, and this deal could never have gotten done without Provident’s leadership.”