Healthcare M&A in 2014 was characterized by seismic changes. More than 40 deals were announced or closed with a value over $1 billion – 8 were over $10 billion. Here are the key factors that shaped the environment for healthcare mergers and acquisitions and healthcare investment banking.
Healthcare Reform’s Effects Continue to Ripple...
In Q3 2014. big deals continued to dominate the healthcare M&A headlines, with transformative divestitures and restructurings also reshaping the landscape. Large scale M&A activity is how large companies are adapting to the new healthcare environment. In the new environment, tight government and hospital budgets loom large and cost has...
Key dynamics in the urology sector, helping to fuel healthcare M&A activity, include:
Urological Devices Market Expansion
Fueled by increases in sales of urinary catheters and urological endoscopes, the U.S. urological devices market is estimated to reach over $5.4b by 2016. Urinary continence products account for almost 40% of the market ...
As a backdrop to healthcare M&A actvitiy, leading dynamics in the spine surgery sector include:
Minimally invasive Spine Surgeries (MISS)
increasingly being used to implant lumbar fusion devices, interspinous fusion systems, spinal non-fusion devices and to perform more simple procedures, such as discectomies. Traditional surgery requires a...
As part of our Healthcare M&A and strategic consulting services, we offer the following overview of the Dental market as a context to understand mergers and acquisitions in the sector.
The aging population and increased awareness drive the demand for aesthetic and functional dentistry. Approximately 10% of people over...