Bobby Guy believes that the uncertainty surrounding the US healthcare market presents the greatest investment opportunity in healthcare for the last half century. He is a healthcare deal lawyer, and he spends his time focused on fixing, buying and selling healthcare companies. Since 2016, he has led the two largest skilled nursing spinoffs in the country, structuring the sales of approximately 400 facilities to more than 30 buyers in 25 states in those deals. He represents clients across the healthcare sector, including: Senior living providers, developers and REITs, hospitals and acute care facilities, life science companies, and private equity fund investors
Bobby chairs the national Healthcare Dealmaker’s Conference in Dallas each May, and he is a frequent speaker and author on healthcare investing and healthcare-related topics. He has appeared on Fox News, and has been published or quoted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNN Money, The Deal, McKnight’s Senior Living, Healthcare Mergers & Acquisitions, Senior Housing News, HealthLeaders, The Journal of Corporate Renewal, and HFM, among others.
Jonathan K. Henderson is a shareholder with Polsinelli. He is the Chair of the firm’s Corporate and Transactional Practice Group and a member of the firm’s Health Care Practice Group. He also serves as Managing Partner of the firm’s Dallas Office. The firm currently has more than 700 lawyers working collaboratively across 18 offices and within multiple practice groups designed around the firm’s clients and their industries. In 2013, Modern Healthcare magazine ranked the firm as the 4th largest health care law firm in the nation.
Jon’s practice focuses on advising middle market health care service companies with business operations in multiple states with multiple locations on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and other complex transactions in the health care industry, along with overseeing the firm’s role as primary outside counsel in many of the relationships. Currently ongoing projects and those closing within the recent past include home health, hospice, correctional health care, health care IT, IOM services, ambulatory surgery center, toxicology lab, urgent care, virtual physician services, retail pharmacy, revenue cycle management, long term care pharmacy, dental services, dialysis services, and social health management.
With more than 20 years of core experience as a M&A lawyer and the last 14 of those spent advising various health care providers and suppliers on transactional and related regulatory matters, Jon has the unique knowledge and experience base from which to design and execute health care service company transactions taking into account not only the traditional corporate and structuring dynamics but also licensure, provider enrollment and other health care regulatory specific issues.
He is the founder of the Healthcare Dealmakers Conference (f/k/a Southwest Healthcare Transactions Conference), now in its 7th year. This year’s conference titled, Creativity & Connectedness, will be held on May 13-14, 2014 in Dallas, Texas. Jon has been recognized by the Dallas Business Journal as a Who’s Who in Health Care. Jon is a frequent speaker and author on topics relating to health care M&A and related transactional regulatory issues.
Jon received his BBA in Finance from The Neeley School of Business at Texas Christian University in 1989 and his JD from St. Mary’s University in 1992.
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