The pace of health care mergers and acquisitions — which ran at a fever pitch in 2018 and 2019 with multiple high-profile and high-value transactions — likely will cool slightly in 2020, given lofty asset prices, diminishing prospects for horizontal deals and the imminent presidential election, industry experts report. Insurers are likely to seek out companies with assets such as care management or information technology solutions, while provider consolidation will continue in certain markets.
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