5 statistics on annual ASC growth after acquisition

There are several potential advantages for ASCs that become acquired by management companies or corporate partners, including economies of scale for contract negotiations, best practices for clinical operations and more efficient business office management. 

 

While not all ASCs find benefit in corporate partners, companies expect acquisitions to grow post-acquisition. Here are five statistics from the HealthCare Appraisers 2017 ASC Valuation Survey on initial growth expectations post-transaction:

1. From 0 percent to 3 percent growth per year: 14 percent
2. From 3.1 percent to 6 percent growth per year: 48 percent
3. From 6.1 percent to 9 percent growth per year: 14 percent
4. From 9.1 percent to 12 percent growth per year: 5 percent
5. More than 12 percent growth per year: 19 percent

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