Report Introduction

Companies in the healthtech sector continue to see regulatory, technological and social drivers delivering significant change.

Aging populations and the rising need for healthcare, coupled with pressure on the costs for delivering care are forcing healthcare systems to innovate and provide improved services at lower prices.

Healthtech report just released (2H2018)

  • Rise of blockchain and artificial intelligence pushing the market to new frontiers, particularly from a medical data perspective
  • Strong demand for electronic health record systems as analytics of patient data becomes more prevalent
  • Telehealth and mobile health continue to drive deals

Executive Summary

Top Aquirers

Deal Geography

Where are the biggest deals happening in the world? Where should you concentrate your efforts to build buyers or disruptive businesses that could help transform your company?

A definitive list of the top acquirers: what does this tell us about the direction of the sector and how could this affect your company's M&A.

How much is your company worth? What should you be paying for your next M&A transaction? Get the essential overview on deal values.

Valuation Metrics

Top Buyers in the Report

Why has a new urgency returned to Healthtech?

"The healthtech sector is currently one of the most dynamic in technology M&A. Established healthcare providers struggle to respond to the reality of ageing populations, increasing patient demands, more expensive treatments, the rise of lifestyle diseases and are under immense pressure to reduce the cost of providing effective care while healthcare budgets spiral ever upwards.

We will continue to see high demand from acquirers and significant interest from private equity investors in companies that offer solutions to these challenges. Companies including Amazon, Apple, Google and IBM are also targeting the healthcare sector and raising the stakes for incumbents who will undoubtedly respond with enhanced M&A activity."

Jonathan Simnett


Hampleton Partners