What Marketplace and Regulatory Drivers Are Transforming Healthcare M&A?

The number of healthcare transactions reached a record-smashing 1,738 in 2018.1 According to a new Capital One poll, mergers and acquisitions are the preferred growth vehicle for 44% of healthcare executives in 2019, indicating that we will continue to see M&A on the rise.

What are the trends driving the growth in healthcare transactions? What are the new M&A strategies remapping the healthcare landscape? Find out the answers in a new Manatt webinar. Click here to register free—and earn CLE. Key topics include:

  • The regulatory and market trends driving change and growth in healthcare transactions
  • The impact of the vertical integration of health insurers with pharmacies and pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs)
  • The rise of health plan/provider partnerships, from value-based purchasing to joint ventures to mergers
  • The implications of new strategic transactions between health insurers and technology vendors
  • Providers’ continuing quest for scale—and whether “going bigger” is always the best option
  • The ways that hospitals and health systems are reconsidering and restructuring their care delivery platforms—and the partners needed to make them work
  • Consolidations, affiliations and convergence—providers’ reactions to changing market pressures through unique arrangements crafted for specific targets and issues
  • The role of private equity—and how providers are responding

Even if you can’t make our original airing on April 2, click here to register free and we will send you a link to view the webinar on demand. Don’t miss this opportunity to understand how transactions are reshaping the healthcare market—and what’s coming next in 2019 and beyond.

Presenters:

Keith Anderson, Partner, Manatt Health
Robert Belfort, Partner, Manatt Health
Fatema Zanzi, Partner, Manatt Health

Date and time:

Tuesday, April 2, 2019
1:00–2:30 p.m. ET

RSVP:

Click here to register free

CLE:

CLE for this program is pending in California, New York and Illinois.

1S&P Capital IQ