Investing in healthcare information technology companies is never an easy call. It’s made more complex when the market is sliding into bear territory. Not to mention the arrival of high-profile acquisitions like Oracle buying Cerner.
Shahab Vagefi is managing director at investment firm Thomas H. Lee Partners. He specializes in the healthcare information technology market. He joined Healthcare IT News Managing Editor Bill Siwicki to examine the landscape of the health IT market today, discuss how he “picks his spots” and divulge what’s top of his mind on today’s sliding market.
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Shahab’s professional background and work in health IT investing
The big picture
The market’s downward trend
How the downward trend has been affecting healthcare IT investing
What today’s M&A environment looks like
How Shahab “picks his spots”
What’s top of mind as he looks toward the rest of 2022
How the COVID-19 pandemic has changed opportunities within the private markets
More about this episode:
-Health IT Investment: The Next Five Years
-The next investment priorities for telehealth, RPM and connected health
-Investment in GCC healthcare digital infrastructure is reaching $1.2BN
-CIOs plan big investments in EHR optimization and pop health IT
-Physician venture investor talks telehealth, digital therapeutics, Medicaid tech
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Healthcare IT News is a HIMSS Media publication.
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