Sterling Partners has added ophthalmology to its list of healthcare practices.
Sterling Partners, a Chicago-based private equity firm, added the first ophthalmology practice to its healthcare services portfolio with the acquisition of Grand Rapids Ophthalmology. GRO is the first eye care provider[...]
The managed care mega-deals of 2015 have blown up. Aetna (NYSE: AET) and Humana (NYSE: HUM) amicably terminated their $37 billion merger, following a federal judge's order in January to[...]
One anticipated trend that did not come to fruition in 2016 was hospitals entering the home health & hospice space. The advent of bundled payments placed tremendous emphasis on providers to[...]
The ACG New York chapter held its annual healthcare conference at the Metropolitan Club on February 23, as always, on the last Thursday of the month. We attended, along with[...]
Now that managed care giants are blocked from acquiring each other, they may look outside the sector for growth.
Hospitals and health systems are finally buying home health and hospice companies, as value-based reimbursement becomes a reality.
The annual ACG NYC healthcare conference sought to make sense of what the Trump administration is going to do to the Affordable Care Act. A reporter shares her notes.
Vention Medical and its two core businesses were split and sold by KRG Capital Partners.
Steward Health acquired eight hospitals spread through Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania from the financially troubled Community Health Systems.
Allergan and Hologic each acquired companies targeting the medical aesthetic market, for a combined total of $4.4 billion.
Quotient Clinical, a clinical research organization based in the United Kingdom, has made two rapid-fire acquisitions in the United States in February 2017.