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For U.S. senior care facilities, preparing as best as you can is the best merger plan

October 4, 2018 Article 4 minute read
Authors:
Patrick McCormick
With acquisition activity still moving at a brisk pace, Patrick McCormick weighs in on the factors senior care facilities should have at the ready to respond to any prospective suitor or consolidation proposal. Read more at Fierce Healthcare.

Image of elderly woman in a shawl.Consolidation tremors rumbling among the nation's senior care facilities are forcing the industry's CEOs to ponder how best to plan for the big one, the day when a proposed merger, takeover or some other seismic shift, such as a strategic affiliation, strikes their institution.

According to Bain & Company, healthcare merger and acquisition values rose 27% worldwide in 2017 to more than $330 billion.

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