Anesthesiology practices have entered into a growing trend of consolidation. With more than 25 acquisitions of such practices within the last two years, this is a development that can be expected to continue.
Dallas, Texas, April 13, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) - Anesthesiology practices have entered into a growing trend of consolidation. With more than 25 acquisitions of such practices within the last two years, this is a development that can be expected to continue.
Contributor for The Ambulatory M&A Advisor Jeff Swearingen explores this activity in For Anesthesiology Practice Groups, Consolidation is Here. Using current data and his own experience, he outlines the development and continuation of this trend.
“While the Affordable Care Act (ACA) remains controversial, its impact on the delivery of healthcare services is significant and growing,” Swearingen explains. “Hospital administrators are responding by seeking to implement strategies that increase revenue or cut costs, while improving the quality and efficiency of the care that patients receive. This is having a major impact on the hospital business model and hospitals’ relationships with the hospital-based physician specialties, with anesthesiology at the forefront of these changes.”
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