Polsinelli has long prioritized two of its leading integrated practice areas – mergers and acquisitions and health care regulatory. In meeting client needs, we have built a deeply experienced, market-leading industry niche Health Care M+A practice.

The deal lawyers in our practice provide our health care industry clients with complex transactional advice regarding:

  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Investments
  • Majority and minority recapitalizations
  • Joint ventures and strategic alliances

Our clients are integrally involved in the health care industry by either directly providing patient care or by supporting others who are providing patient care. Polsinelli’s Health Care M+A clients include:

  • Founders
  • Operators
  • Private equity sponsors
  • Venture capital sponsors
  • Public companies
  • Manufacturers
  • Foundations
  • Nonprofit health systems
  • Faith-based organizations
  • Consultants and advisors

In the past five years, attorneys in the Health Care M+A practice have advised on more than $60 billion in health care industry deals with enterprise values covering the range of small-, mid- and large-cap. We are especially active advising on mergers and acquisitions of middle-market health care businesses, recognizing the importance of those middle-market deals in realizing the future of health care in America. 

The depth and breadth of our health care regulatory attorneys’ experiences, along with our other specialized attorneys, advise clients on antitrust, tax, employee benefits, and labor and employment. Polsinelli attorneys provide an entire range of services that may be needed while advising on health care industry deals. This enables our firm’s client value proposition of a fully-integrated Health Care M+A practice.

Our health care sector and sub-sector experience includes the following:

  • Ambulatory surgery centers
  • Autism services 
  • Behavioral health
  • College health
  • Correctional health care
  • Dental services
  • Durable medical equipment
  • Federally qualified health centers
  • Fertility clinics
  • Freestanding emergency departments
  • Group purchasing organizations
  • Health technology  
  • Home health
  • Hospice 
  • Hospitals  
  • Imaging  
  • Infusion therapy 
  • Labs  
  • Long-term care hospitals and rehabilitation facilities 
  • Medtech 
  • Nursing home, skilled nursing and assisted living facilities
  • Personal care
  • Pharmacies  
  • Pharmacy benefits management  
  • Physical therapy 
  • Physician services 
  • Practice management-management services organization 
  • Remote patient monitoring  
  • Renal care 
  • Revenue cycle 
  • Telehealth-telemedicine  
  • Urgent care centers  
  • Vision services