More than 20% of American adults suffer from chronic pain, and research from the National Institutes of Health shows that only about 1 in 10 people experience a full recovery within a year. Numbers like these indicate a strong need for improved pain management services – and after years of wariness, many in the private equity community are now showing interest.
“It’s a smaller niche market that was, to some extent, overlooked by private equity given its perceived risk in the context of the opioid crisis,” says Eric Major, a Managing Director at Provident Healthcare Partners. But now, he says interest is “starting to heat up.”
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