Physician Services

Q4-2017 Physician Services Update– Consolidation and investment activity in physician services continued at a quick pace in the fourth quarter of 2017. Mergers and acquisitions in mature specialties have shown no signs of slowing down while at the same time, investors turn to emerging sectors to replicate prior success in physician services.

Transaction Advisory– A leading ASC management company has acquired a minority interest in Orthopedic Surgery Center of Palm Beach County, Inc. Orthopedic Surgery Center of Palm Beach County, Inc is the ambulatory surgery center for Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County.

Featured Publication– Would you like to expand your practice? But wonder how to pay for it? Robert Aprill offers both a framework within which to tackle this very important question and discusses an increasingly viable option for funding growth—Private Equity Partnerships.

Featured Publication– Michael Mahoney was featured in Diagnostic Imaging discussing radiology mergers and acquisitions, and what you need to know.

Featured Publication– Abe M’Bodj was quoted in Gastroenterology and Endoscopy News, in a recent article “Gastro Practices Drawing Attention From Investors.”

Private Equity in Urology Webinar– On Tuesday, October 31 Provident co-hosted a complimentary webinar with Epstein Becker and Green, which focused on private equity investment in the Urology Space.

Q3-2017 Physician Services Update– Strategic buyers continued to consolidate the pharmacy services market, sustaining the rate they set in the first two quarters of 2017. Private equity investors were also active this quarter as they look to build pharmacy services platforms.

Transaction Advisory– Pain Specialists of America, LLC has acquired the nonclinical assets of Central Texas Pain Center and Pain Specialists of Austin, two of the leading comprehensive pain management practices serving patients in central and north Texas. PSA is a portfolio company of CommonView Capital, LLC.

Gastroenterology Webinar Presentation– On Wednesday, September 20, Provident co-hosted a complimentary Webinar with Epstein Becker and Green, which will focus on why we expect to see consolidation trends in the gastroenterology space continue to grow and the impact this could have on your practice.

Provident Perspectives– Private equity investment and consolidation in the urology sector will provide an opportunity for independent practices to avoid the trend of hospital employment by continuing to thrive in a group practice setting.

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