There were around 350 physician groups (based on public reports) that entered into strategic partnership transactions during 2022, following a banner year of nearly 400 reported physician deals in 2021.
Acquisitions and consolidations of primary care medical practices continue to be of major interest to investors and large health care companies. However, the recent increase in interest rates and the ultimate effect on medical practice valuations is unknown. Nevertheless, due to their popularity, we don’t expect downward pressure on primary care practice values over the short term, although this could change later this year, depending on macroeconomic factors.
Learn more about this topic by attending an educational webinar.
- Why so many primary care practices are exploring and will be entering into strategic investor transactions, including numerous macro- and microeconomic factors
- Why primary care practices are highly valued in this “super-hot” market
- The pros and cons of entering into these transactions, and how to best protect the interests of physicians in both the short and long term.
|Timothy Murphy, Healthcare Transactions Attorney|
|Robert Goettling, Healthcare Investment Banker|
|Gary Herschman, Healthcare Transactions Attorney|
Registration is complimentary, but pre-registration is required.
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