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Partial List of Past Attendees
Advisory Board Co.
Harbour Point Capital
Lincoln International LLC
Thursday, November 8, 2018
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
New York City
INSIGHTS FROM 20 EXPERT SPEAKERS!
David Bard, Halifax Group
Mark Bultman, Capital One
Patrick L. Coffey, Ally Financial Inc.
Jennifer Detmer, Bindley Capital Partners LLC
Philip Edmunds, WayPoint Capital Partners
Daniel Harknett, Ridgemont Equity Partners
Chris Hendrickson, B. C. Ziegler & Co.
Timothy F. Howe, HealthInvest Equity Partners
Joseph S. Ibrahim, MBF Healthcare Partners LP
Matt Jameson, Highland Capital Management LP
Aneesh Krishna, McKinsey & Company
Matthew S. Margulies, Cain Brothers, a Division of KeyBanc Capital Markets
James Outland, New Capital Partners
Kerr Robertson, William Blair & Co. LLC
Catherine Rocco, Extended Home Care LLC
Kenneth Saffold, Tennenbaum Capital Partners LLC
Jon Santemma, Jefferies LLC
Lou Silverman, Advanced ICU Care
Matthew Thompson, Enhanced Healthcare Partners
Outcomes-based initiatives, nontraditional buyer activity, and even new customer preferences are changing the landscape of the post-acute care industry.
These transformations are impacting the industry’s vast array of providers --
With such a diverse ecosystem, private equity investors are confronting enormous expectations. In real time, they must stay up-to-date with ever-changing regulations and reimbursement models, all while attempting to capitalize on exciting new trends.
A changing landscape spells opportunity for investors.
For example, take the thriving home healthcare sector. Lack of access to care and chronic personnel shortages are stoking investments in technologies that provide remote monitoring.
Consider -- Last year private equity investor GTCR acquired GreatCall, a mobile healthcare technology company serving older adults and their caregivers. Just a few months later, GTCR sold that business to Best Buy.
The retailer is providing GreatCall access to its distribution network, showcasing it alongside other investments in initiatives focused on the aging population.
Rural healthcare is another field where private equity firms are finding unmet needs. Across the nation, 87 rural hospitals shut down between January 2010 and August 2018. These care gaps have spurred investments like Apollo Global’s deal in July to acquire LifePoint Health.
Formerly a sleepy backwater of the post-acute industry, programs for the elderly and chronically ill are drawing increased interest in the wake of Welsh Carson Anderson & Stowe’s investment in InnovAge, which helps seniors age independently in their home and local communities. Currently, 36 states offer PACE programs, providing comprehensive healthcare services to patients deemed eligible for.
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Certainly, despite how regulatory uncertainty has been dampening M&A activity in some corners of the post-acute care industry, deal-making is still active in the hottest segments.
Providers with more than $10 million of EBITDA in sectors such as hospice, physical therapy, Medicare home care, and private duty home care are attracting multiples well north of 10x in many instances.
Many long-term acute care hospitals and skilled nursing facilities are being valued based on their real estate, not their earnings streams. On the flip-side, with an uncertain regulatory outlook and a tendency toward hefty debt loads, deal-making for long-term acute-care hospitals has stalled.
In addition, post-acute care providers are facing potential technological disruption. Take Amazon for example -- an executive at the tech giant publicly expressed interest in the elder care market, putting providers on notice.
Register Now to Join Barry Freeman
And More Than 20 Other Industry Experts
Barry Freeman is co-head of Lincoln International’s U.S. Healthcare Group in Chicago, where he manages deal teams and works closely with private equity firms.
Previously, he led the healthcare investing activities of Summer Street Capital, a middle-market private equity fund with $550 million in AUM. He also spent 14 years at Lazard Middle Market and its predecessor Goldsmith Agio Helms, leading its healthcare services group and Chicago office.
Freeman began his career at Arthur Andersen, where he provided transaction advisory and audit services to middle-market and Fortune 500 healthcare services companies. Over the course of his career, he has worked on over 70 completed M&A transactions representing roughly $8 billion in enterprise value.
Freeman earned an MBA with high honors from the University of Chicago and a BS in economics with concentrations in both accounting and entrepreneurial management from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He served on the board of the Healthcare Private Equity Association.
Here are some of the key points that our 20 expert speakers promise to spotlight --
Recent Middle-Market Private Equity Post-Acute Care Deals
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