Deploying capital to modernize healthcare.
Federal healthcare changes have brought new opportunities for private equity firms, companies making strategic investments, banks and other investors in the healthcare marketplace. But investing in publicly funded healthcare comes with a unique set of challenges including a complex web of plans and providers, constantly changing regulation and a volatile legislative environment.
We have the knowledge and experience investors need to move forward with confidence. Our team comes from C-level policy, program and finance positions at state Medicaid agencies, CMS, hospitals, health plans and other key public and private sector organizations. Our detailed knowledge of the policies, players and politics in the healthcare industry will help you make more informed investment decisions. Resources for investors include:
Due diligence services—including in-depth state budget and policy research, regulatory and reimbursement trend analysis, delivery system assessments, competitive market evaluations, outreach to stakeholders and other support services to investors considering a healthcare transaction.
Long-term services and supports—providing expert policy and market analysis to inform investors on emerging opportunities for providers serving beneficiaries with long-term care needs; these opportunities include promoting home and community-based care delivery, integrating behavioral and physical care and care coordination for dual eligibles. Learn more about long-term services and supports.
Behavioral health services—providing insight on policy and funding trends in targeted mental health and substance use disorder treatment markets as well as key information related to current and planned regulatory issues that impact investors. Learn more about behavioral health services.
Managed care services—understanding challenges and barriers in the delivery of health services and cultivating partnerships to achieve greater alignment and efficiency. Learn morea bout managed care services.
Correctional health services—reducing costs while improving quality of care, identifying opportunities for expansion, designing and monitoring provider contracts and reviewing contract compliance and quality improvement. Learn more about correctional health services.
Healthcare IT advisory services—providing investment opportunity assessment and other advice on vendors and solution providers in the healthcare IT market. Learn more about healthcare IT advisory services.
HMA Information Services—providing the ultimate reference for Medicaid information with the most comprehensive data available, all in one location. Learn more about out HMA Information Services.