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American Securities, SpecialtyCare, medical services, healthcare, hospitals, private equity
Ziegler is advising on the sale of the software company, which improves processes around the transferring of patients and doctor referrals.
Not all PE firms are postponing exits as evidenced by CD&R's sale of its stake in naviHealth.
NaviHealth, which aims to reduce the cost of post-acute healthcare, trades hands yet again in a deal valued around $2.5 billion including debt, according to sources. 
Workforce management could be considered even more important post-pandemic as hospitals emphasize improved processes to reduce expenses. 
As independent practitioners providing non-essential care have been disproportionately negatively impacted, Sun's portfolio companies have the ability to expand.
private equity, secondaries
Waxing nostalgic for last year's health tech boom amid pandemic
Thomson Reuters, mergers, M&A, LBO, private equity
Paul Crisci, who oversaw the recently launched Private Financing Markets group within UBS Global Banking, will head up the new venture, according to an internal memo.
Instamed, fintech, venture capital, healthcare, private equity, merger, M&A
The company announced Tuesday that Doug Klinger would be stepping down as CEO to spend more time with family.
PE Hub sat down with M&A expert Eva Davis, who said she's observing a massive resurgence of earnouts on PE transactions as private equity diligence pivots to the consumer-demand side of businesses.
American Securities agrees to buy American Anesthesiology from publicly-traded Mednax.

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