PODCAST: Private Equity in Healthcare Explained

By Eric Bricker MD


Private Equity is a Newer Name for Leveraged-Buyout Firms that were Popular in the 1980s.

These Companies Use Investor Money and Debt to Buy Companies and Often Use Additional Debt to Accelerate Growth.

The Private Equity Firm then ‘Flips’ or Sells the Company for a Profit.

The Private Equity Firm KKR’s Acquisition of the Physician Staffing Firm Envision is a Great Example of This Strategy.

However, Private Equity Firms May Be Contributing to the Rising Cost of Healthcare Through Their Activities.




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