Sleep Services Goes to MedBridge Healthcare

Sleep disorders continue to spawn acquisitions. In February, ResMed Inc. (NYSE: RMD) paid $800 million for Brightree, a digital health company focused on post-acute segments that have a high prevalence of sleep-disordered breathing problems. This month, MedBridge Healthcare, a portfolio company of Vicente Capital Partners, paid an undisclosed price for Sleep Services of America, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the John Hopkins Health System. The Glen Burnie, Maryland-based company operates locations in Georgia, Maryland, New York, North Carolina and the District of Columbia, providing diagnosis, treatment and diagnostic studies for sleep disorders. The deal is a good fit for MedBridge,... Read More »