Transforming How Lower-Middle Market Healthcare Firms are Represented
On this episode of I Don’t Care, Host Kevin Stevenson talked with Mike Moran, Mark Thomas, and Andre Ulloa, Co-Founders, and Partners, M&A Healthcare Advisors, a boutique advisory firm whose focus is on the healthcare industry. They offer consulting and valuation services for those in the lower-middle markets looking to merge or sell their healthcare business.
M&A recently launched their advisory firm to represent small to midsize healthcare firms. There has been a recent boom of healthcare mergers and acquisitions as the economy recovers from the 2020 windfall. MAHA focuses on the under-represented, smaller-to-mid-sized healthcare firms that are considering the M&A process to sell their business.
The country continues to reopen, which is leading to healthcare providers pursuing M&A opportunities in hopes of increasing their market share and diversify their offerings. Smaller providers might face a choice to sell their companies or find a partner to help them gain access to strategic, clinical, and financial resources. MAHA plans to focus on these smaller and mid-sized businesses with larger institutional transactional support that is typically seen at larger firms.
“We’re trying to create a platform where we’re more than someone that’s just listing a business on the market,” Ulloa said. “We want to work with our clients much like an investment banker would to give them information about the market trends, let them understand what’s happening within their business that could help them improve their value in the market.”
Ultimately, they want to help these businesses achieve a successful outcome. MAHA’s strategy focuses on high-touch and high engagement with the client while also knowing the buyer community.
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