A new survey of Wall Street’s interest in science and healthcare investments offers some good news for post-acute and long-term care:
- Stakeholders are most likely to put their money into home care and hospice, as opposed to long-term and managed care.
- Among healthcare investor, 39% view the sector as being in a bubble, compared to 50% last year.
- Only 23% of life sciences investors characterize the sector as in a bubble, compared to 48% who held that view last year.
- 51% of healthcare investors see strong or moderate fundamentals, and 42% of life sciences investors see the same in that sector.