Ophthalmology

Q2-2017 Ophthalmology Update– Investment activity within ophthalmology continued its torrid pace as several landmark deals dominated headlines. We’re expecting consolidation to remain robust for the foreseeable future as the sector moves into the next stage of its investment cycle.

Q1-2017 Ophthalmology Services Update– Four notable private equity recapitalizations in the first quarter of the year is an indication that a period of significant investment and consolidation in ophthalmology is in full swing.

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