In November 2022, CareMax, Inc., a leading provider of technology-enabled value-based care to seniors, announced the completion of its acquisition of the Medicare value-based care business of Steward Health Care System. The acquisition encompasses Steward's Medicare Direct Contracting Entity (DCE), a Medicare Advantage plan, and two Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) accountable care organizations (ACOs). With this acquisition, CareMax's network expands to approximately 2,000 providers and over 200,000 senior value-based care patients in 10 states across 30 markets.
Value Based Care EBITDA Multiples (ACOs, CINs, DCEs, IPAs, MSOs, PHOs)
Total consideration included cash of $25 million and stock worth $134.4 million. The transaction also included an unusually large amount of contingent consideration, with a fair value of $212.4 million, and other consideration of $27.2 million. The total consideration of $399 million implies a multiple of 21x estimated 2023 EBITDA of $19m. This is an unusually high multiple for a multi-provider network / value-based care deal, likely due to the extreme growth projected by CareMax management and the significant percentage of contingent consideration.
Not surprisingly, the implied multiple looks like a total outlier compared to handful of other multi-provider network deals where we have disclosed financial details:
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