Mergers and acquisitions activity in the Behavioral Health Care (BHC) sector declined 14% last year compared to the record level of deals recorded in 2021.
One industry expert expects a continuation of that trend.
“We expect behavioral health deal volume to slow slightly in 2023,” said Steven Grassa, vice president at Provident Healthcare Partners. “Rising interest rates and tight lending markets will likely impact larger transactions [$300 million and higher] more than most lower middle market deals.”
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