by Peter Lysiak
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The increasing pressure for hospitals and healthcare systems to deliver high-quality, value-based healthcare coordinated across a community delivery system is spurring an active M&A marketplace. In 2015, more than 1,300 deals have closed in the M&A healthcare space through the third quarter alone, representing over $400B. Many of these roll-ups are driven by fragmented healthcare providers that are focused on vertical consolidation, and that want to offer more efficient outpatient care and potential long-term cost reductions by incorporating pre-treatment screenings and post-treatment checks in-house.
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