Law firm Foley & Lardner expects to see more private equity recapitalization transactions in orthopedics in 2019, according to JDSupra, and Provident Healthcare Partners Analyst Robert Aprill supports the prediction.
“Although the space has yet to see significant outside investment, there are a number of factors that make orthopedics a highly attractive opportunity for private equity groups,” Mr. Aprill said in a post. “Given the wide breadth of ancillary services offerings, increasing outpatient surgical volume, aging population and the growing importance of orthopedics to overall healthcare, there is significant opportunity in [the] space for private equity-led consolidation.”
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