The world of Private Equity (PE) can be unfamiliar for many owner operators of ASC and other outpatient surgery centers.
Dallas, Texas, August 27, 2014 - The world of Private Equity (PE) can be unfamiliar for many owner operators of ASC and other outpatient surgery centers. The writers at The Ambulatory M&A Advisor have interviewed several experts in PE to give a deeper understanding into the life cycle of a fund and why PE is interested in the outpatient surgery center sector.
Several terms that might come up in discussing PE are also explained and laid out in the article, which can be read in full here (http://www.ambulatoryadvisor.com/private-equity). Overall, the world of PE has a great interest in urgent care centers and the like.
“The services provided by urgent care centers will always be in relatively high demand, resulting in stable, predictable cash flow,” said Neil Blair, Managing Director in the Canadian Corporate Finance group at KPMG. “Investing in health services businesses allows private equity firms to achieve diversification in their portfolios, given that health services are only loosely tied to the economy. Lastly, there may be significant value that urgent care centers could provide in regions that are underserved by healthcare providers, or regions where emergency rooms are overburdened.”
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