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Episode 56: Private Equity Deals: Operational Components of the Transaction
- February 6, 2020
Brandt Jewell joins Mark to discuss private equity (PE) deals for healthcare entities and the operational considerations PE firms and medical groups alike should consider during the transaction. Brandt and Mark identify opportunities to discuss during due diligence, medical group optimization opportunities after the deal is complete, and the critical characteristics of attractive provider groups.
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Brandt and Mark review how to identify opportunities during the due diligence phase of the transaction. The specialty or specialty mix of a medical group is a key decision factor when considering a PE deal because a financial return is the primary objective of that type of deal. They also discuss developing a consistent and scalable infrastructure, the pitfalls of aggregating physician operations, and continuing status quo operations after the agreement.
PE Deal Extras
Blog: Post-Merger Integration Strategy Starts Early
Blog: The Role of Management Services in Private Equity Transactions
Blog: Defining Private Equity Transactions in Healthcare and Understanding Deal Options for Medical Groups
Blog: Strategic Variables in Private Equity Transactions
Podcast: Episode 51: Forming a Management Services Organization
Podcast: Episode 34: Private Equity: The Next Stage in Physician Practice Transactions
Article: The Private Equity Model for Medical Group Transactions
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