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Uncertainty kills Teijin’s bid for US HME market

But Teijin’s loss may be PE firm’s gain
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05/12/2017

YARMOUTH, Maine – Teijin Limited’s recent announcement that it was exiting the U.S. homecare market is a textbook example of the cooling off of a once red-hot market, say industry analysts.

M&A: Buyer appetite for HME improves

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04/21/2017

YARMOUTH, Maine – After a slow first quarter, buyer appetites for HME businesses are picking up, say M&A analysts.

M&A market holds steady in 2016

Manufacturers pulled out their checkbooks, and niche providers thrived
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01/06/2017

YARMOUTH, Maine – The pace of acquisitions slowed down a bit in 2016, but overall it was a decent year for buyers, say analysts.

Mergers & Acquisitions: Behind TrumpCare

Q. How will TrumpCare Affect HME?
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01/03/2017

A. There are a lot of unknowns for a Trump presidency and what TrumpCare (to coin a phrase) will eventually look like.

Coloplast deal signals larger trend

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12/09/2016

MINNEAPOLIS – Coloplast’s willingness to pay an eye-popping $160 million for Comfort Medical points to the attractiveness of the disposable medical supplies market, say analysts.

Mergers & Acquisitions: Offer quality financials

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11/30/2016

Q. Do my financial books really matter to a buyer? Won’t the buyer just produce their own set of financials?

In brief: CQRC urges passage of bid-delay, Vertess closes three deals

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11/18/2016

WASHINGTON – The Council for Quality Respiratory Care this week urged lawmakers to pass legislation that would delay steep cuts to reimbursement for home oxygen.

Vertess closes multiple deals in Q3

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11/16/2016

TUCSON, Ariz. – Vertess, a healthcare M&A advisory firm, closed a major healthcare transaction in the third quarter, it announced yesterday.

Mergers & Acquisitions: Assess risk and value

Q. What can I do to increase the value of my DME company?
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10/21/2016

A. Here’s a step-by-step approach to protect your investment:

Understand how valuation works 

Mergers & Acquisitions: PE groups seek strong managment

Q. If the DME market is in such rough shape, why is there so much private equity group (PEG) activity?
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09/29/2016

A. There are several factors contributing to strong PEG interest. First, DME entrepreneurs are finding new ways to operate profitably. Second, there have been numerous “roll ups” of smaller DMEs within geographic areas.

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