HBI’s inaugural HBI Health Care Services Top 100 lists the largest 100 companies by EMEA health care services revenue. In total revenue their revenue came to over €105bn - and we've uncovered some surprising winners and losers.
Achieve together, a UK provider of specialist support for people with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs, has acquired the residential and community services of RNID national hearing loss charity for an undisclosed sum. HBI speaks to Emma Pearson, CEO at Achieve together, to find out more.
The pandemic is causing many businesses and their investors to reassess their plans - and their portfolios. HBI speaks to Ray Berglund, Head of European Healthcare and Life Sciences at management consultants Alvarez & Marsal, and his colleague and Managing Director Dominic Orchard, about why they have never been busier, and the clear trend they are seeing towards carve-outs.
The future of the UK NHS is changing according to the recent White Paper and Queen's Speech - we're moving towards collaboration not competition and a Secretary of State for Health with wider powers. But current incumbent Matt Hancock's reputation is damaged and his political capital on the wane. HBI heard at a Kings Fund digital event that this could prove a problem for the NHS.
UK-based community homecare and domiciliary care specialist City & County Healthcare Group has acquired rivals MiHomecare Limited and Complete Care Amegreen, further extending its UK portfolio as M&A activity in the sector resumes after a Covid hiatus.
PE firm Waterland is buying UK mental health and adult specialist care operator The Priory Group from American Acadia Healthcare for €1.2bn and will merge it with existing portfolio company German rehab chain Median to create a c.€2bn revenue group, the sixth-largest for-profit acute operator in Europe by revenue. We talk to Waterland partner Dr Carsten Rahlfs and Median CEO Dr Andre Schmidt on the deal, plans with Priory and whether selling off the majority of its real estate to MPT is sensible.
What can you do with AI and big data today and what will be possible within three years? Why has adoption been slower than you might have expected? And what sort of role should health care providers look to play? HBI gets an expert view from digital, technology and business strategy expert Klaus Boehncke, partner at L.E.K. Consulting, who is chairing the Best Practice Workshop: Delivering Digital Excellence: A Framework for Success at HBI 2020 in two weeks.