Industry-wide multiples are up 1.5x in Q2 — Here's how they look for ambulatory care

The healthcare sector saw a general increase in mean EV/EBITDA multiples over the past year, and ambulatory care was no exception, PwC reports.

Here are 14 statistics on trading multiples over the last 12 months:

Labs/imaging
1. 2017: 17.8
2. 2018: 23.5

Home health/hospice
3. 2017: 18.9
4. 2018: 20.1

Ambulatory care/rehab/dental
5. 2017: 11.8
6. 2018: 15

Outsourcing
7. 2017: 14.8
8. 2018: 15

Skilled nursing facilities/assisted living facilities/long-term acute care hospitals
9. 2017: 11.4
10. 2018: 13.8

Acute care
11. 2017: 9.9
12. 2018: 11.4

Managed care
13. 2017: 11.5
14. 2018: 11.1

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