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It is exciting to be a part of the incredible transformation underway in the healthcare sector and I work passionately to help clients achieve exceptional results.
Michael is a member of Lincoln’s Healthcare Group and leads the firm’s healthcare information technology (HCIT) focus. He advises private equity clients, publicly traded companies and privately held businesses on mergers and acquisitions, as well as equity and debt capital raises. With close to two decades of experience in the industry, Michael has developed deep domain expertise and strong industry relationships across the sector. Michael has completed over 40 transactions in the healthcare sector for some of the most prominent companies in the industry.
The Healthcare sector is rapidly evolving as the adoption of technology such as software, data and analytics seek to improve patient outcomes while reducing overall cost and complexity. Michael’s understanding of the healthcare continuum, and how all constituents, patients, providers, payors and life sciences businesses are embracing technology, leads to exceptional outcomes for his clients.
Prior to joining Lincoln, Michael was at Houlihan Lokey where he helped lead the firm’s Healthcare Information Technology team. Previously, Michael worked as a Director at Deutsche Bank in the Healthcare Investment Banking group.
Michael earned a Bachelor of Science in finance from Villanova University.
Recent Transactions in Healthcare
Lincoln International advised Millbrook Healthcare Group on the sale of Ross Care to Medequip, a subsidiary of Medux
Lincoln International advised Standard Investment on the sale of Dierenartsen Groep Nederland to VetPartners, a portfolio company of BC Partners
Lincoln International advised Syst'am, a portfolio company of Meanings Capital Partners, on the acquisition of Järven Health Care
Lincoln International advised Alaris Equity Partners, in partnership with Brookfield Special Investments, on raising $546 million in equity and $180 million in debt for Sono Bello
Lincoln International advised kiana group in its sale to Kalaidos, a subsidiary of Klett Group
Lincoln International advised Grant Avenue Capital in its launch with Helios Clinical Research
Lincoln International advised Accel-KKR on its sale of Cloud 9 Software to Planet DDS, a portfolio company of Aquiline Capital Partners and Level Equity
Perspectives featuring Michael Siano
Whitepaper: 2021 Outlook for Value-Based Care and the Self-Insured Employer Marketplace
Numerous efforts to transition the U.S. healthcare system to a value-based care construct have been attempted during the past couple decades, including top-down initiatives such as accountable care organizations, with… Read More
Farragut Webinar | 2021 Outlook for Value-Based Care and the Self-Insured Employer Marketplace
On Thursday, March 18, 2021, Lincoln International’s Barry Freeman and Michael Siano joined Farragut Square Group’s webinar, to discuss why we are seeing so many deals among value-based care (VBC)-focused… Read More
Interim/Post-COVID-19 Sector Outlook: Services & Products for Homebound Patients
Click the home healthcare sectors below to view key takeaways on the effects of COVID-19. Medical and Personal Services Skilled Home Healthcare Near term: REASONABLY STABLE / POSITIVE Long term:… Read More
COVID-19 Pandemic Could Accelerate Recent U.S. Healthcare Growth Trends
One hundred years after the 1918 Spanish Flu, the world is facing another pandemic: COVID-19. Government and healthcare officials are working around the clock to flatten the curve and slow… Read More
News & Media featuring Michael Siano
Pitchbook | Q&A: Identifying the Non-Cyclical Sectors Most Resistant to a Potential Recession
Original post from Pitchbook on December 5, 2019 here. … Read More
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