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Episode 55: Private Equity Deals: Approaching a Deal Strategically
- January 16, 2020
Max Reiboldt and Aimee Greeter join Mark to discuss private equity deals for healthcare entities and how to approach a healthcare transaction strategically. Max, Aimee, and Mark consider how the governance of the deal and non-economic considerations during the due diligence period will affect the daily life of the providers involved.
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Why do so many transactions focus heavily on economic terms? The economics of any deal, especially the more attractive private equity deals, only affect one day of the providers involved within the deal. There are numerous non-economic factors that will continue to affect every day of the providers involved for years to come.
Max, Aimee, and Mark discuss the strategic, non-economic terms that should receive equal consideration before finalizing any healthcare transaction.
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