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The Thurston Group, a healthcare-focused PE firm based in Chicago, also invested in the deal.
The investment was made through Carlyle Partners VII, an $18.5 billion fund that makes majority and strategic minority investments primarily in the U.S. in targeted industries, including healthcare.
Demand for Health Advocate's employee wellness offerings is only accelerating in today’s environment as organizations start transitioning back to the workplace, sources said.
Post Capital, Addus Homecare, Mark Heaney, healthcare, private equity, merger, M&A
Five years into its investment, Wellspring will stay on as a minority investor in the provider of in-home care for seniors and individuals with disabilities.
Association for Corporate Growth, healthcare, private equity, mergers, M&A
Ares Management’s Unified Women's Healthcare, kicks off its sale process and a blank check company sponsored by Patient Square Capital, has filed for a $500 million IPO.
The maker of portable, on-demand dialysis machines is poised to make a big push into the home setting, disrupting a market hungry for cost savings and greater efficiencies. 
women's healthcare
Lindsay Goldberg's investment in the multi-specialty provider of women’s health services dates to September 2017.
BrightSpring, Pharmerica, KKR, healthcare, senior citizens, private equity, merger, M&A
Summit Partners' investment in the post-acute care benefits manager dates to September 2011.
Boston-based BV bought the provider of Medicare Secondary Payer compliance software and services in April 2019.
It's raining SPACS and Peak Rock acquires Paragon Healthcare.

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