Healthcare deals decline 34% in Q1 2022: 8 things to know from KPMG

The pace of healthcare mergers and acquisitions slowed for the first quarter of 2022 after a large volume of deals in 2021, an April 26 KPMG report found. Eight things to know: 1. Total healthcare transactions fell 34 percent in the first quarter of 2022 compared to the fourth quarter in 2021. 2. The largest decline was seen in private equity buyers, which declined 50 percent. The first quarter of 2022 had less than half as many deals with private equity buyers than the fourth quarter of 2021. 3.

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