Private Equity

Market Trends and M&A in Home Health / Hospice– The home health and hospice market remains one of the most fragmented sectors within healthcare services with many independent players holding significant market share in their respective geographies. Given the wide breadth of smaller companies, demand for home-based care, and the non capital-intensive nature of the business, there is significant opportunity in the space for both private equity and strategic-led consolidation.

Private Equity in Orthopedics: Before, During and After the Transaction – On Tuesday August 27, Provident will be co-hosting a webinar with Frier Levitt which will focus on providing an update on the current state of the market, discussing what physicians should think about as they consider a transaction, and outlining what typical transaction terms look like for practices.

Private Equity Accelerating Consolidation In The CDMO Market – Bill Bolding and AJ Shekar share their insight on consolidation in the CDMO space.

Q2-2019 Private Equity Industry Update– Dry powder in the European and North American markets is currently at a new high while market uncertainty has impacted deal volume during the first half of 2019.

Private Equity Investment in Gastroenterology 2.0 – On Tuesday, July 23, Provident co-hosted a webinar which provided an update on the current state of the GI Market. The recording for the webinar is now available.

2019 ACG LA Business Conference – Joseph Wisniewski and Abe M’Bodj are attending the conference taking place September 17 -18 in Beverly Hills, California.

Cannabis, Hemp Producers Targeted in May Health-Care Deals – The health-care industry is getting into the weed business.

The State of the Ophthalmology Sector Five Years into Private Equity Investment – On Thursday June 27, Provident co-hosted a webinar which educated ophthalmologists and executives on the current transaction environment within the ophthalmology sector. The recording for the webinar is now available.

Health-Care Deals Steady, Strong Through First Third of 2019– Consistency is the name of the game for health-care industry transactions in 2019 so far.

INSIGHT: Health Care M&A Transactions on Pace to Set Record in 2019– March madness is over for college basketball fans, but it’s just the beginning of a fast-paced year for health-care M&A activity.

Baby Steps: Ob Hospitalist Group is working to improve women’s health care, one hospital at a time – AJ Shekar provides some insight on PE investment in hospital outsourcing businesses.

Investment in IPM: Challenges and Opportunities – On Wednesday May 22, Provident and Husch Blackwell co-hosted a webinar which focused on providing pain management providers and operators with an industry update regarding the current trends and transaction activity driving today’s pain market, how to evaluate the best long-term partner, and the potential risks associated with pursuing a transaction. The recording for this webinar is now available.

The PE time bomb — Provident’s Abe M’Bodj on where investment in GI is headed in 2019 – Abe M’Bodj analyzes the current state of the GI market and offers insights into what the rest of the year could look like as well as how all PE firms can coexist.

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