DAK Launches Healthcare Services Report – 2022 in Review

Rochelle Park, NJ – DAK, a leading investment bank specializing in middle-market mergers and acquisitions, is pleased to announce the publication of the Healthcare Services – 2022 Year in Review Report, with a sector spotlight on Home Health & Home Care.

2022 was quite the year in the home health and home care market. After an extremely active 2021, the home health and home care industry still notched one of the best years for mergers and acquisitions on record.

While activity was dominated by larger providers consolidating the continuum of care and private equity firms rolling up smaller agencies, it was a year of frenetic activity for privately held businesses too.

In this report, owners and investors in home health and home care services will learn about industry trends, key performance indicators impacting company valuation, and industry mergers & acquisitions through a Fireside Chat with Melvyn Peters, DAK’s Director, Health Care Services and attorney Angelo Spinola, who leads the Polsinelli Law Firm’s home care, home health and hospice practice. They discuss key staffing and diligence trends as well as the pitfalls first time healthcare company owners can make when selling their business.

The Healthcare Services 2022 in Review Report is a must read for the owners of healthcare and home-based care businesses, as well as private equity firms that have an interest in this industry. For your copy, click HERE). For more information contact Melvyn Peters or call 201-712-9555.


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