Wyatt Matas Releases Report Discussing a New Business Model Called Care Cycle Management

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The Wyatt Matas report discusses a new care coordination business model that integrates disease management and care delivery to care for the high cost chronically ill on an at-risk or shared-savings basis. Industry participants will include case and disease management, health care call centers, home healthcare, physician house call and risk assessment companies.

We believe Care Cycle Management will change how care is delivered in the home.

Today Wyatt Matas released its latest report on a developing industry call Care Cycle Management. The report can be accessed at: http://tinyurl.com/wyattmatas.

The Care Cycle Management industry can be described as the integration of interventional disease management and care delivery to coordinate the care and reduce the cost of care for the most chronically ill on at-risk or shared-savings bases. Over the last year, Wyatt Matas worked with several care provider and disease management companies to analyze effective care coordination business models, which solve a significant problem for the healthcare system.

Chip Measells, a Partner at Wyatt Matas, said, “We were interested in finding and assisting in the development of business models that truly broke down healthcare silos and coordinated the care of 25% of the population that cost the healthcare system 83% of total expenditures. We had theorized that allowing disease management to go the last mile by delivering care in the home on an at-risk basis would align the interest of the patient, care provider or coordinator and the payor source. Those companies executing Care Cycle Management business models are showing significant outcomes by lowering hospital readmissions, reducing overall healthcare cost and dramatically exceeding patient satisfaction.”

Wyatt Matas stated in the report that companies participating in the Care Cycle Management industry would include, case and disease management, healthcare call centers, home healthcare, integrated healthcare centers, physician house call, and risk management companies. Measells stated, “We have spent the last several months mapping the industry to identify those companies that will be significant participants in the Care Cycle Management industry. We have now started to facilitate the capital that will build an industry we estimate to have an annual spend of $87.8 billion.”

About Wyatt Matas: Wyatt Matas is an investment banking firm focused on serving clients in the post-acute care industry. The firm provides merger and acquisition, capital raising and strategic advice to middle market healthcare organizations and private equity groups. Wyatt Matas devotes a considerable amount of resources to researching market trends and legislative changes to identify new business models that present new opportunities for our clients and those we advise. As industry thought-leaders in post-acute healthcare, Wyatt Matas leverages deep relationships with industry leaders, healthcare providers and financing sources on behalf of their clients to maximize the execution of the client’s goals and objectives. Wyatt Matas’s goal is to be key advisors to their clients, which allows them to approach their client-relationships strategically rather than transactionally. While Wyatt Matas partners are experts in managing merger and acquisitions and capital raising initiatives, their clients value their abilities to think strategically about the client’s industry and business challenges.


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