Patrick Krause
Director | San Francisco Office

Patrick Krause is a Director and Co-Head of MHT Partners’ Healthcare Services practice, where he focuses on specialty physician groups, post-acute care, and technology enabled healthcare services.  Prior to joining MHT Partners, Patrick worked for Novartis’ Molecular Diagnostics group (now part of Grifols). Via finance and marketing roles, Patrick supported the Company’s ongoing blood-screening business and the development and market positioning of new products and services.  From 2003 to 2011, he worked for Deloitte, where he served many of the firms largest healthcare clients. Through these engagements, Patrick provided an array of strategic, financial, and technology advisory services to healthcare leaders at hospitals, commercial payors, technology, and life sciences companies.

Patrick has undergraduate degrees in Economics and Organization Studies from the University of Michigan and an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.

–Private Equity-Backed Specialty Physician Platforms – Where do we go from here?
–Increasing Prevalence of Surgeries Performed in an ASC Setting . . . continued
–Increasing Prevalence of Surgeries Performed in an ASC Setting
–The Benefits and Increasing Prevalence of Ambulatory Surgery Centers
–Key Takeaways – MWE 12th Annual Health Care Services PE Symposium, Cont.
–Key Takeaways – MWE 12th Annual Health Care Services PE Symposium
–What Makes a Specialty Physician Practice Attractive to Private Equity Groups
–The Current Temperature of High-Tech Care
–Is It Time to Sell Your Practice? A Cont. from Last Week’s “Health Matters” Blog
–Is It Time to Sell Your Practice?

–Ambulatory-Surgery Centers Can Help Unlock Investment Value in Ortho Practices
–SwiftPath: Private Equity and ASC Joint Replacement
–Why PE Firms are Buying Orthopedic and Ophthalmology Practices 
–What Should Dermatologists Do When a Merger Beckons?
–Crucial Considerations for Partnership or Sale
–Private Equity Firms are Suddenly Buying Dermatology Practices — Here’s Why