Having Access to Capital to Invest in Better Infrastructure and Growth: Critical Consideration #4

Thought Leaders in Health Law Video Series April 2020

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Physician groups can keep their practice competitive–and on the “cutting edge”—by partnering with a private equity (PE) platform.

The health care marketplace is evolving, and it takes substantial investment in infrastructure, such as IT, to stay ahead and continue be successful and profitable.

A PE investor provides capital to acquire important strategic initiatives, like cutting-edge medical equipment and technologies, advanced electronic medical record capabilities, data analytics, new offices, and new and/or expanded ancillary services.

The PE investor’s existing corporate infrastructure may immediately provide some of these benefits.

Stay tuned for more top considerations for physician groups evaluating PE.

To learn more, join us for our Physician Transactions 2020 webinar series.

You can also read more about the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on transactions in “INSIGHT: Health-Care Transactions Will Pick Back Up After Virus,” an article in Bloomberg Health Law & Business News, by Anjali N.C. Downs, Gary W. Herschman, and Anjana D. Patel.

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