Private Equity Firms Pouring Millions Into Physician Offices

Article written by Morgan Haefner, Becker's Hospital CFO Report, August 23, 2018

Several private equity firms are investing in primary care clinic operators, driven in part by greater employer pressure to lower medical costs, according to Bloomberg.

Here are three things to know:

1. Private investor New Enterprise Associates led a $165 million funding round for Paladina Health, a Denver-based primary care company. Paladina runs 53 primary care clinics in 10 states for employers. Earlier this year, NEA acquired Paladina for about $100 million from DaVita. Paladina plans to use the funds to expand its clinics, acquire other firms and look into caring for Medicare populations... Read the full article here.


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