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Q1-2020 Emergency Medical Services Update

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Q1-2020 Emergency Medical Services Update

Similar to trends observed in the latter half of 2019, transaction activity in the urgent care and ambulance services markets was concentrated regionally in the first quarter of 2020. The Southeastern United States remains a highly active region for consolidation and investment, buoyed by demographic trends and weak hospital performance.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has largely overwhelmed the U.S. emergency medicine system, which has historically pursued maximum efficiency and reduction of unnecessary supplies, equipment, and personnel. With that being said, certain players have been able to launch and/or accelerate telehealth initiatives that may permanently augment patient patterns well after the pandemic ends.

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Sources: SEC Filings; Company Press Releases, and Reports; IBISWorld; Capital IQ; PHP Estimates and Research. This document has been compiled with publicly available information. Provident Healthcare Partners, LLC makes no guarantee of its accuracy or completeness. No data or statement should be construed to be a recommendation for the purchase, sale, or retention of any security.

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