Anjana Patel and Wendy Marcari, Members of the Firm, speak at the American Health Law Association's (AHLA) Health Care Transactions 2023 conference, which runs from April 17 to 19.

On Monday, April 17, and Tuesday, April 18, (repeat session) Anjana co-presents "Private Equity Physician Deals: What Investors, Physicians, and Hospitals Need to Know in 2023."

Presenters discuss:

  • The last several years have seen an explosion in private equity (PE) investment in all types of providers: physician practices, hospitals, etc. What happened and why?
  • PE investment in 2023 and beyond – the market is still hot? Is this for real?
  • What types of health care providers is PE targeting in the near future?
  • How should providers prepare and position for PE investment?
  • How are these deals being structured, both legally and financially?  Spotting regulatory sticking points for deals and growth.
  • How are hospitals competing and increasingly partnering with PE?
  • Discussion of real life issues that come up in these transactions – legal, business and other.

On Tuesday, April 18, Wendy co-presents "Less Stress Distressed Transactions."

Presenters discuss:

  • Opportunities for potential buyers and advantages of bankruptcy transactions
  • Risks and disadvantages for potential buyers 
  • How a distressed business can maximize the value of its assets and sell its business as a going concern
  • Case study: recent sale of a proton therapy center in Knoxville, TN through Chapter 11
  • Impact of a distressed transaction on a seller’s creditors
  • Alternatives to bankruptcy and when advisable

For more information and to register, please visit

Event Detail

April 17-19, 2023
Nashville, TN
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