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As KKR and TPG Global look at buying healthcare center operator Acadia reported issues with under-staffing and abuse allegations may cut into their potential returns.
Healthcare costs are much higher in the U.S. than in comparable countries, but we're sicker and die younger. There is a lot of room for improvement.
Acadia Healthcare Co Inc, a U.S. operator of behavioral health centers, is in talks with private equity firms about selling itself after attracting buyout interest, people familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
The fund is backed by Apollo Hospitals, Jungle Ventures, Eight Roads Ventures, the proprietary investment arm of Fidelity International, and other private investors. The post HealthXCapital launches $25m healthcare fund for SEA and India appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
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With the Max Healthcare deal, Radiant would have access to 14 hospitals led by Max. : Radiant Life Care that operates two speciality hospitals, one in Delhi another in Mumbai, catapulted into the big league with the Max Healthcare deal. Private equity firm KKR-backed Radiant has agreed to acquire the entire 49.7 per cent stake of South Africa-headquartered Life Healthcare Group Holdings Ltd in India's Max Healthcare Institute Ltd for $293 million. Abhay Soi-led Radiant Life Care was seeking acquisitions in the hospital space for sometime now.
Quadria Capital II LP is an investment fund providing growth capital to middle-market healthcare companies in South and Southeast Asia. The post Healthcare PE Quadria Capital gets $150m commitment from OPIC for latest fund appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
Cigna is launching a $250 million venture fund called Cigna Ventures. Cigna Ventures will be tasked with finding startups and growth stage companies in healthcare, specifically with focuses on analytics, digital health, retail, and managing and delivering care. The hope is to tap into companies at earlier stages who might have new ways to make healthcare more affordable and simpler. Cigna, one of the largest health insurers in the US, is getting serious about venture capital. On Wednesday, the $45 billion insurer said it had launched a $250 million venture fund, called Cigna Ventures.
Chinese venture firm Quan Capital is seeking to raise US$300 million for its second biomedical-focused fund, according to a regulatory filing. The target is double the amount the firm managed to raise for its debut fund, Quan Venture Fund L.P. With US$150 million secured in August 2017, the earlier fund eyed investments in novel therapeutics and related areas such as other enabling technologies. Among the companies backed by the first fund was Crescendo Biologics Ltd, a Cambridge-based developer of multi-functional ... China's Quan Capital Seeks US$300M For Second Healthcare Fund appeared first on China Money Network.
Quan Capital is seeking to raise $300 million for its second fund, according to an SEC filing. Based in China, Quan Capital is a venture firm that invests in healthcare, pharmaceutical and biotech startups.