Home Health & Hospice: The Future of Healthcare Delivery

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Event Description

Policy makers, payers and consumers seem to prefer home health care to more institutionalized settings, even after surgical procedures. But reimbursements are not keeping up with the costs and the demand, with Medicare spending on hospice care being one of the fastest growing expenditures for health care. Despite some of these problems, demand for home healthcare and hospice companies continues to grow, as investors still believe it will be part of the solution, despite more money being spent.

This webinar will address:
•  How active has the acquisition market really been these past few years;
•  What are buyers paying, and how the multiples change depending on size;
•  Whether PE forms are cycling out of their investments, and why;
•  Who the sellers are, and whether now is the time to sell, or in a few years;
•  If labor pressures are squeezing profits enough to dampen investor appetite; and
•  Whether it makes sense for hospitals to get into the home care business

With the elderly population growing at a much faster rate than the increase in the number of caregivers, there is a serious question as to whether the home care business can grow as fast as people expect it to. Find out from the panelists what they think of the growing labor issue, and how it will affect values in the market and even the viability of the business model. Their discussion will be followed by a live Q&A opportunity. To register for this webinar, click here.


Leslie J. Levinson

Robinson+Cole, Partner




04/25/2019 1:00 PM