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Finding Value in Healthcare

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Dustin Thompson spoke with Middle Market Growth for the article, “Finding Value in Healthcare.”

After a record-breaking fourth quarter of 2021, many industry observers expected to see deal flow slow down going into 2022, but that hasn’t happened in healthcare. Value-based care providers and healthcare IT companies are two categories capturing sponsor interest.

These two subsectors of healthcare have expanded during the pandemic as the need for healthcare services increased and, specifically, as demand for virtual care and telehealth spiked.

Interest in these services is likely to remain elevated as aging populations in the U.S. turn to remote solutions for routine visits that don’t necessarily require in-person consultations.

Additionally, large hospital systems and provider groups continue to modernize operations. They’re increasingly seeking technology solutions that can support not just electronic health records but more comprehensive administrative services, including practice management.

Access the full article here.

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