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Help at Home Reportedly Planning to Go Public by Year’s End

Help at Home — a provider of home- and community-based services (HCBS) — is considering going public. The Chicago-based company has even selected banks to help it prepare for an IPO later this year, Bloomberg News reported. More providers are considering public exits thanks to an increasing demand for home-based care, promising outlooks for public …

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House Hearing Slams Private Equity’s ‘Troubling’ Expansion into Health Care

Members of Congress took aim at private equity’s expanded role in the U.S. health care system on Thursday, addressing the topic during a special hearing held by the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Oversight. Much of the hearing focused on PE’s increasingly prominent role in nursing homes, as the COVID-19 pandemic has triggered heated …

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M&A Experts ‘Can’t Recall a Time When Demand Has Been Higher’ in Sizzling In-Home Care Market

M&A activity across home health, hospice and in-home care appeared to be “business as usual” at the start of 2020. COVID-19 froze the market in March, however, causing both buyers and sellers to bide their time. But dealmaking action is finally starting to heat up again, multiple M&A experts confirmed to Home Health Care News. …

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