Private equity pushes into healthcare: 7 latest deals

The healthcare sector is drawing interest from private equity investors this year, with seven deals announced since Feb. 1. 

1. Susquehanna Growth Equity invested in ProviderTrust, a Nashville, Tenn.-based provider of healthcare compliance screening, monitoring and verification tools to acute and post-acute providers. 

2. ICV Partners acquired a majority stake in Total Access Urgent Care, a St. Louis-based provider of urgent care and emergency department services in the Midwest. 

3. CVC Capital Partners signed a definitive agreement to acquire a majority interest in MedRisk, a King of Prussia, Pa.-based provider of managed physician medicine services for the workers' compensation industry. 

4. Learn Behavioral, a portfolio company of Gryphon Investors, acquired Behavior Analysis Center for Autism, a provider of services to the autism community throughout Indiana. 

5. Health Enterprise Partners invested in Aware Recovery Care, a Wallingford, Conn.-based provider of in-home addiction treatment services. 

6. Abry Partners invested in CloudWave, a Marlborough, Mass.-based cloud and managed services provider for healthcare organizations. 

7. Aquiline Capital Partners invested in National Medical Billing, a St. Louis-based healthcare revenue cycle management company. 

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