Assessing the Capital Partnership Landscape

Seven insights independent physician leaders need to know

Medical groups are increasingly turning to new strategic partners to gain access to capital and scale. Get to know the capital partnership market, how it works, and what to watch out for in potential partners.

Rising practice costs, MACRA reporting requirements, growing health care consumerism, and hospital employment are threatening independent medical group sustainability. Some groups are able to navigate these changes alone. Others, however, are turning to strategic capital partners—such as national practice companies or private equity firms—to gain access to the capital and other resources they see as necessary to thrive in today’s health care economy.

This briefing offers seven key insights independent medical groups should know about the strategic capital partnership market, from evaluating potential partnerships or simply seeking to understand the private equity and national practice company partnership trend.

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