Multi-Specialty and Other Physicians' Offices

Kain Capital Invests in Essen Health Care to Increase Access to Healthcare in the Bronx

Kain Capital LLC, a leading private equity firm focused on the technology enablement of healthcare services companies, announces that it has made an investment in Essen Health Care (“Essen” or “the Company”), the largest independent healthcare provider in the Bronx with over 450 practitioners and over 1.7 million patient encounters per year. This is the

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Atrium Health Floyd and Harbin Clinic Announce Combination

Atrium Health Floyd and Harbin Clinic, the region’s two longest-serving health care providers, have finalized a long-anticipated strategic combination, creating an integrated health care system​.​​ Harbin Clinic is Georgia’s largest, privately-owned, multi-specialty physician group. Atrium Health Floyd is one of the largest providers of health care services in northwest Georgia and northeast Alabama. The two

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Steward Buy Could Add 3,000 Doctors to Optum’s Physician Network, Regulator Says

UnitedHealth would add almost 3,000 doctors to its Optum medical network if the healthcare juggernaut’s proposed acquisition of Steward Health Care’s physician group goes through, according to a Massachusetts regulator. Optum already employs or is affiliated with 90,000 physicians — 10% of all U.S. doctors. In the state of Massachusetts, the UnitedHealth subsidiary contracts with

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Lawmakers Urge FTC, DOJ to Scrutinize Steward Health, Optum Deal

Federal lawmakers, including Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass) and Edward Markey (D-Mass), urged the Federal Trade Commission and the Justice Department to heavily scrutinize UnitedHealth Group subsidiary Optum’s proposed acquisition of Steward Health Care’s physician group and block the deal if it gives UnitedHealth Group too much market power. Read the full article: Lawmakers Urge FTC,

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