Joint ventures with non-profits can aid firms in meeting the demands of a rapidly changing healthcare market, says Kimberly Smith, co-head of the national private equity practice at US attorneys Katten Muchin Rosenman.
In the second of a two-part series, Constitution Capital Partners’ Robert Hatch highlights that while healthcare has earned its reputation as a shelter sector, in the wake of a massive regulatory overhaul, potential hazards may exist.
In the first of a two-part series, Robert Hatch of Constitution Capital Partners explores some key takeaways for investors through analyzing over 1,000 healthcare buyouts, dating back to 1987.
Bill Bithoney, chief physician executive for The BDO Center for Healthcare Excellence & Innovation, analyses the external influences on price and the role investors need to take in assessing cost effectiveness.
Australia’s National Disability Insurance Scheme initiative is being rolled out across the country and is set to shake up the care sector.
As the group nears a final close of its sixth fund, Private Healthcare Investor spoke to Cinven’s healthcare team principal, Matt Norton, to find out where the firm is currently hunting for new deals.
Hospital and healthcare clinic systems are increasingly vulnerable to cyber-attack, and eSentire co-founder Eldon Sprickerhoff explains why.
BDO’s Patrick Pilch and Shahryar Shaghaghi talk about what healthcare companies need to understand about the cyber threat, and how to guard against such attacks in future.
Mansa Capital’s managing partner, Ruben King-Shaw, says a growing gap in supply and demand in US healthcare is driving demand for healthcare services and technology innovation and investment.
Private equity can improve elderly care in the face of an ageing population by using better buildings, meeting staffing challenges and introducing technology, says James Singleton of law firm Wedlake Bell.