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Selling a healthcare business can be emotional. The best advisors can cut through the nonsense of a transaction and clarify what is most important. We take a strategic approach, providing advisory as well as transactional support. Because we have a narrow focus on healthcare, we have unique access to industry relationships that we leverage on behalf of our clients.
As a company evolves, capital is often required to take full advantage of the opportunities. However, the “right” capital is critical. We have built a network of strategic and financial capital providers that truly know healthcare.
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It’s lonely being an entrepreneur. We’ve been there. A good sounding board is invaluable. We provide clearly defined advisory engagements to achieve your objectives, including 360 Strategic Assessments, Stage-Based Exit Strategy Planning and Healthcare Insights and Trends Presentation for C-suite executives and boards of directors.
Connections matter. We have built a significant, personal network of senior executives across healthcare that we leverage on behalf of our clients. We make strategic introductions for our clients to help accelerate their growth initiatives.
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At Wyatt Matas, we are advisors in the truest sense. Most investment banks focus entirely on the transaction, never taking the time to understand what the client needs. Our approach is different, primarily because of our experience starting, leading and selling companies of our own. We have been the entrepreneur, the CEO, the leader seeking advice – so we understand that a client needs more than just a broker.
Our market-defining research is the centerpiece of our success in creating proprietary deals, providing exclusive access and insights. We devote significant effort and resources to researching market trends and legislative changes to identify new business models that present fresh opportunities for our clients.
Our years of experience in healthcare – in roles such as CEO, entrepreneur, advisor, board member and investment banker – have yielded us a wide network of close relationships to industry leaders, healthcare organizations and financing sources that achieve our clients’ goals and objectives.
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When you go to sell your healthcare business, you shouldn’t just settle on any buyer. You need to make sure that the buyer is a good, quality fit for you and your business. While this search can feel overwhelming, there are a few strategies you can use to identify and qualify candidates. Decide what kind[…]
When a buyer offers a price for your healthcare business, they aren’t pulling this number out of nowhere. They use a pretty specific process for calculating the value of your business. If you know this information ahead of time, you can find ways to add value before you sell. Here’s how. Start preparing early to[…]
Curology, a direct-to-consumer prescription dermatology company, received $15M to use to scale their business to reach more consumers. The funding is led by Advance Vixeid Partners, with participation from Sherpa Capital and Forerunner Ventures, two prior investors. Curology was founded by dermatologist David Lortscher, MD. Patients submit pictures of their skin issues, which licensed medical[…]
Venture capital investments in healthcare continue to soar. The record high set in 2014 of $7 billion was matched in 2015, and the first half 2016 looks on pace to continue the trend. Of all reported angel investments in 2015, 23% were made into early stage healthcare companies, the most active year since the data[…]
DICOM Grid, a leading cloud-based medical image management suite, has secured an additional $6M, led by Canaan Partners, for a total of $39M in investments. They plan to use the capital to drive additional sales beyond their current 750 providers and to push product development. In an effort to reflect the broad reach of their[…]
Scroll down for video. This webinar provides a broad overview of the acquisition process of a healthcare company. It is the first in a series of webinars that provides an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look has how a healthcare company prepares to go to market, approaches buyers and ultimately closes a transaction. Wyatt Matas Founder, Chip Measells, and veteran[…]
If you’re going to think about selling your healthcare business, make sure you’re doing it for the right reasons. This will help you negotiate a higher price, make sure the transaction goes smoothly, and prevent you from regretting the decision later on. So how can you tell if it’s time to sell? While there is[…]
When buyers put together their advisory team for a deal, they often don’t include an M&A advisor for buying a healthcare business. M&A advisors have the reputation of being more useful for sellers, and buyers think they can handle their work themselves. While an M&A advisor is perhaps less necessary for a buyer, they can[…]
The Anatomy of Selling a Business Faced with a changed environment in the wake of healthcare reform, many healthcare business owners are taking advantage of favorable tax circumstances and an increased number of buyers in the marketplace to consider selling their business. We frequently see a misunderstanding of the acquisition process lead to shock and[…]
For many business owners, the negotiations are the most stressful part of a healthcare deal. Negotiating is just not something that comes up that often in the healthcare industry. At the same time, the stakes are extremely high as you want the best outcome to make up for your years of hard work. To make[…]
In 2010, Chip Measells wrote a compelling white paper on the impending bifurcation of the homecare industry, based on the adoption of technology. While some providers were on track to stagnate or lose market share, the providers who adopted technology to support patient care or to generate databases of patient care data were set to[…]
First Health Capital Partners is leading a $3 million, Series A funding round for Cordata Healthcare Innovations, a multi-specialty care coordination platform company. The software provides nurse-navigation models dedicated to specialties such as oncology and spine treatment. Nurses are able to screen patients before making appointments to ensure the proper care is scheduled. Read the[…]