Market disrupters can be cause for alarm or catalysts for fundamental change. You decide.
Global Partner Acquisition Corp. has entered into a definitive merger agreement with behavioral health company Sequel Youth and Family Services.
The changing behavioral health market might leave small, not-for-profit operators wondering how they can possibly compete. Experts suggest a new affiliation model.
US HealthVest has acquired the not-for-profit Ridgeview Institute in the Atlanta area. The deal adds 148 psychiatric beds to the portfolio.
After its stock price dropped to a 52-week low in early December, Universal Health Services, Inc. announced it had completed the acquisition of a U.K. facility for approximately $464 million.
Private equity firm Trinity Hunt Partners recently sold Lakeview Health, based in Jacksonville, Fla., to The Riverside Company.
The benefit of selling to a REIT is that the deal unlocks the equity that’s been built up in the treatment center's real estate.
American Addiction Centers will provide detoxification and residential treatment services with 36 in-network beds at the New Orleans East Hospital under a new leasing agreement.
Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare, a Nautic Partners company, has added Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Women in Columbiana, Ala., to its portfolio.
When major policy changes are in store, the situation often makes the market jittery. However, the 2017 forecast is extremely bullish for behavioral healthcare.
The addiction treatment industry is experiencing a climate of favorable tailwinds, and that market reality will continue to attract the attention of investors.
Promises Treatment Centers has acquired Park Bench Group Counseling, rebranding the Somers Point, N.J., facility for young adults as Promises New Jersey.
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