Category Archives: Private Equity

N.Y. Budget Includes Private Equity Healthcare Pilot Project

New York ‘s 2014-2015 budget legislation opens the door for a two-year pilot program allowing private equity firms to own and operate healthcare facilities in the state. The proposed plan would allow for the participation of up to five for-profit corporations with affiliations with at least one academic medical center or teaching hospital, while publicly traded entities and private corporations with more than thirty-five stockholders would be prohibited from participating. The move would represent a shift away from the state’s traditional regulations, which have created a system where almost all hospitals have been operated by non-profit entities.

Connect with Benesch’s Health Care and Private Equity Practices at HCap – Game Change 2013: Unleashing New Opportunities in Healthcare, December 5-7, 2012

Members of our Health Care and Private Equity Practices will be attending and speaking at the HCap – Game Change 2013: Unleashing New Opportunities in Healthcare Conference, December 5-7, 2012 in Washington, DC.

James M. Hill will be moderating a session entitled – Navigating 2013: Capital Markets Forecast at 11:30AM on December 6th.

Alan E. Schabes, Frank Carsonie  and Ari J. Markenson, will be attending the conference. Continue reading

Benesch Sponsors ACG NY – 4th Annual Health Care Conference

Benesch had the opportunity to sponsor the ACG NY 4th Annual Health Care Conference on January 25th, 2011 at the Metropolitan Club in New York City. The conference was a great success with attendees from the private equity, lending, investment and service provider communities. We want to thank all those who attended the conference. It was a great event.

More importantly, we wanted to thank the panelists who put on a great presentation. The panel presentation provided significant insight into the coming challenges and unknowns for the hospital sector in 2012. The discussion of policy initiatives that are pushing toward more integration and the assumption of risk by providers was enlightening. Continue reading