The survey conducted by Capital One Healthcare revealed that 48% of the respondents said M & A of health would be in the next year as it was 12 months ago, while the percentage 10 percent said it would be less.
Al Aria, a senior director at Capital One Healthcare, said he hoped that the result would show how the audience was affected by uncertainty.
"I do not think he has signs from a good way, I think he's very worried now," he said. "We see the M & A. record. I think some people will ask about how they can pass, because we've been in this position."
There is a "tremendous opportunity" for companies to grow, says Aria. On the liaison of the subscriber, the Medicare Fund can generate significant growth in the closed life. For some manufacturers, M & A agreements can help them get into a better world, which is not slow to capture.
Some health experts were amazed at M & A research and investigations, arguing that they did not see signs of delay.
Don McDaniel, president of Canton & Co., a health expert in Baltimore, said he thought that the situation in development would continue. Some factors that can slow down: The health system is growing, they can run away from the policies.
"We can see the changing way to improve or improve budgets," said McDaniel, "because if you are one of the major healthcare programs, most of the institutions you've got?"
McDaniel said he did not think that it was also an indication of the plateau in the health agreement. "It's a recipe or a nice place," he said. "You're doing this for a while, and then you're having trouble."
Michael Cole, managing director of the health care center at Alvarez and Marsal, says his company does not see M & A signs on the horizon. "We see a lot of reasons why drinking in this area is growing," he said. "Health problems continue to grow at the target level."
Other findings in this article. About 1 out of 4 investors who respond to the West Monroe Partners' Day interviews say the biggest challenge they face in achieving healthcare and obtaining equipment is the lack of good goals. Why? They are very expensive.
It was asked to find out about health improvement in the coming year, and 46% of healthcare health care personnel in Capital One said health care. Another 30% says health care and hospice. Eighty percent say investors and some 8% say help support and attention.
Health education IT also took place in an analysis of the year 2016. That year, 66% of the respondents said health care would be higher.
The mayor of Aria said he was returning to the current crisis of care, which the producers could not do without the information. Submitted the success of the CVS Health-Aetna team that successfully approved the U.S. Government Law. the United States will be a great reminder of how information about patients can generate prices, he said. Aetna can collect all information on its members and collaborate with CVS to ensure that people are being treated as an advocate and educated on the disease, Aria said.
"When we finish with a valued approach, we need to be able to measure it anyway and there is no way to measure it without the results of the results," he said. "That's why you see investment in this."
Unfortunately for consumers, McDaniel said the business market used to be a source of conflict. It's a tool for tools, sorcery, and not sharing information, he said. "I think there's a realistic fact about, and what is the company, the entrepreneur who will start to trust, to be honest, honest, and able to do so?" McDaniel says.
The boat running with Nashville hospital companies, where Cole is, is to ask what the IT system is using.
"They say they all," he said. This is because most have grown by purchase, and they have taken hospitals already receiving software.
Aria says it does not surprise the health of the home and the hospital as a second. The difference between prices between hospital and health bed or hospital "astronomical," he said. Also, patients prefer these hospital settings, he says.
It's far away and worthless care
Aria said she did not expect this answer to show the resistance to the situation, she had strong confidence, good information.
The position is very strong, and doctors are more concerned about the problem, McDaniel said.
Another problem is that investors do not think they can earn money in the right budget, Cole said. Until that happens, it's hard to catch, he said.
On the service provider, it is difficult to submit specific specifications and explains that in a policy that works for different designers, Cole said. "You probably have the opportunity for just a few people who do not respect valued care is not real," he said.
Also, at the Health Care Center, 72% of the respondents say they expect the business to be successful next year, compared to 68% in 2016. No respondents say their business will be worse in the investigation now, compared with one in the year 2016.
Capital One funded this survey before the annual meeting for subscribers and healthcare providers. This year's conference will include about 200 health investors, entrepreneurs, engineers – and think of leaders, about half of those who did this research.