M&A Incentives Remain Constant in a Shifting Healthcare Landscape
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Even after two-plus years of pandemic and the chaos it’s created—a sputtering economy, a looming recession, and a regulatory crackdown—there isn’t any reason why healthcare mergers and acquisitions (M&A) should be decelerating. And for the most part, these deals are still going through. That’s because the underlying motivations haven’t changed; mainly, providers still want to consolidate to leverage a bigger footprint with payers, which will prove especially critical as the nation’s healthcare delivery system transitions—however glacially—to value-based care.
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