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Consolidation in Home Health & Hospice: Key Transaction Considerations

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Thursday, August 13, 2020
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. EST
Complimentary Webinar

Since the mid 2000’s, the home health and hospice sectors have seen an influx of M&A activity driven by both private equity firms and strategic consolidators. There has been a particular increase in M&A activity in recent years as financial sponsors continue to compete for attractive assets and strategic consolidators seek to expand service offerings in a growing attempt to capture the entire continuum of care. While there continues to be robust transaction activity, the sector remains highly fragmented with significant opportunity for existing organizations to expand through de novo and acquisition strategies.  With the attractive valuation multiples and heightened investor interest, many business owners have begun to explore transaction opportunities in order to achieve a liquidity event and/or to accelerate growth within their organizations.

This webinar focuses on providing business owners and operators with an update on current business trends and transaction activity within the home health and hospice sectors, as well as strategies to best position their organizations for a potential transaction.

Our presenters will touch on the following points;

  • Consolidations trends and the evolving investor landscape;
  • Key drivers of home health and hospice M&A activity;
  • COVID-19 impact on home health and hospice M&A activity;
  • How to best prepare for a transaction process;

This webinar will include insight from Provident Healthcare Partners investment bankers, Kevin Palamara and Jake Vesely, as well as industry consultant, Ted Cuppett, who have been active in guiding home health and hospice organizations through merger and acquisition transaction processes and related consulting services. Each professional will draw upon the knowledge gained from being at the forefront of consolidation across healthcare.