Healthcare Mergers, Acquisitions and Joint Ventures in 2017

Commentary by Garth Hogan, Executive Managing Director, Global Healthcare Services

Newmark Global Healthcare Services is seeing a steady rise in healthcare M&A activity and expect this trend to continue for the foreseeable future. Our access to capital and deep experience with healthcare real estate has allowed us to help clients capitalize on these trends and navigate the many challenges. In the article below, Healthcare Finance sheds important insights into what’s driving these trends.

Written by the Healthcare Finance News Staff, August 11, 2017

Healthcare mergers and acquisitions have been on tear in the past few years, as the savings tied economies of scale become even more important as margins tighten. While hospitals are merging and systems continue to snatch up ambulatory centers, physician practices and in some cases clinics, technology and service vendors to the industry are also consolidating.

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