Alex Sauter is a Principal of MHT Partners. In his role he provides strategic guidance and mergers & acquisitions advisory services primarily to healthcare services and technology clients. Alex joined MHT Partners in 2015, and as a senior investment banker has contributed to the expansion of MHT’s healthcare industry advisory services across multiple transactions on the buy-side and the sell-side. In addition to providing transaction execution and advisory services, he is an active thought-leader on the topics of private equity investment in provider groups and technology-enabled healthcare services.
Prior to joining MHT Partners, Alex held multiple roles in corporate finance and strategy at United Technologies Corporation and World Fuel Services Corporation.
Alex received his MBA from the Yale School of Management and a BA in Economics and Political Science from the University of Connecticut.
–PE Investment, Part 2: How Private Cos. Can Improve the Med. Transport. System
–PE Investment in Ambulance & Med. Transport., Part 1: Why Investors See Opp.
–Taking Stock of Reimbursement Dynamics in Telehealth
–Long-Term Demographic Trends Impacting Home Health Care
–Potential of Care Coord. & Patient Communication to Improve U.S. Healthcare
–Alleviating Growing Pains Amid Electronic System Implementation
–New Findings on Physician Burnout: Key Takeaways
–The Promising Emergence of Telemedicine
–Private Equity’s Emerging Interest in Autism Therapy Companies
–Examining Potential Impact of New ACS Screening Guidelines – Gastroenterology
–Lifesaving Therapies and Eye-catching Returns in the CRO Market
–Why Private Equity is Turning Its Attention to Gastroenterology
–Healthcare IT Industry Spotlight Interview, Part 1: Casey West, SSM Partners
–Healthcare IT Industry Spotlight Interview, Part 2: Casey West, SSM Partners
–Healthcare IT Industry Spotlight Interview, Part 3: Casey West, SSM Partners
–Recapping the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference 2018
–Managed Services Org.: How PE & Non-Physicians Can Invest in Provider Groups
–Is Being an Out-of-Network Provider a Viable Long-Term Strategy?