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Mergers & Acquisitions

Providing expert guidance and consultation for acquisitions and growth in the behavioral health sector.

The increase in awareness of the need for behavioral health services, along with the current initiatives in place to mandate and expand funding, has made behavioral health one of the most sought-after sectors in health care M&A. 

Creating and facilitating an organizational transition or partnership can be overwhelming and risky.

Dr. Ronit Molko offers unique insight and expertise in the clinical, operational, and business sectors of behavioral health to help companies identify sound acquisition and partnership opportunities and ease the stress of integration.

Additional M&A consulting services:

Finding the right opportunities

Understanding the competitive landscape is important. Dr. Molko performs informed due diligence on healthcare organizations and opportunities, and provides an accurate assessment of the risks as well as the commercial potential of acquisitions or mergers.

Building value and empowering future industry leaders

Dr. Molko offers a full assessment of the providers under consideration and looks closely at their clinical and operational design and efficiency as well as other critical factors that determine the scalability of providers.

When the deal is closed, Dr. Molko offers consultations that improves operational design and clinical excellence and integrity through 100-day plans, board memberships, or interim executive management. 

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Management team integration

Dr. Molko specializes in all areas of behavioral health, with specific focus on:

  • Acquisition target value and growth potential evaluation
  • Clinical and operational review
  • Competitive analysis
  • Management team assessment
  • Post-deal integration

Resources

'Graphic that reads MYTH: Nonverbal or Nonspeaking People with Autism are Intellectually Disabled'
March 10

MYTH: Nonverbal or Nonspeaking People with Autism are Intellectually Disabled

RONIT MOLKO, PH.D., BCBA-DSTRATEGIC ADVISOR, LEARN BEHAVIORAL Just because someone is nonspeaking, does not mean they’re non-thinking. Around 25 to 30 percent of children with autism spectrum disorder are minimally verbal or do not speak at all. These individuals are referred to as nonverbal or nonspeaking, but even the term nonverbal is a bit of …