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Most acquisitions in the Hospital sector are made by another hospital or health system. In 2016, 59% of U.S. hospital acquirers were not-for-profit organizations, down from 65% in 2015 but[...]
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.
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) have taken an interest in the hospital sector, where there seems to be no end to the supply of struggling standalone hospitals.
Healthcare deal volume got off to a good start in 2017 as January’s total reached 156 transactions.
Deals for telehealth companies, particularly specialty-focused ones, are on pace to surpass 2016’s record number of transactions.
Deals for contract research organizations (CROs) surged 157% in 2016.
January 2017 was a big month for digital health transactions.