Health Providers, Inc. (HPI) was the nation’s leading provider of “traveling” physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech pathologists to long-term care, rehabilitation, and acute care providers.
To capitalize on industry consolidation in the midst of a continuing shortage of therapists, HPI sought a strategic buyer to unlock shareholder value.
HPI was sold to ReLife, Inc. (NASD:RELF), a leading provider of rehabilitation services to patients throughout the eastern U.S. A principal of Carter Morse & Mathias served as HPI’s exclusive financial advisor in the transaction.
Carter Morse & Mathias ("CMM") is pleased to announce that Excent Corporation, a provider of data management software solutions designed for special education and student intervention management, has been acquired by Frontline Education, the nation’s leading education software company backed by Insight Venture Partners ("Frontline").
The M&A Advisor is pleased to announce finalists of the 15th Annual M&A Advisor Awards. The Acquisition of Really Good Stuff by Excelligence, backed by Brentwood Associates was named a finalist in the Consumer Discretionary, Corporate & Strategic Acquisition & M&A Deal of the Year categories.
We would like to share with you a few updates at Carter Morse & Mathias, and celebrate some of our notable achievements for the first six months of 2016. It has been a strong first half for CMM, as measured by the number of closed transactions, the valuations achieved for our clients, the recognitions we have received and our continued involvement in our communities.
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