Karan Garg

Managing Director

Houlihan Lokey Healthcare Group

Presenter TopicGroup Dentistry State of the Union – Past Trends & Future Outlooks

Panelist Topic:  What’s Next For The Business Of Group Dentistry Panel

Presenter Topic Description:

Coming Soon!

Panelist Topic Description:

The dental industry is changing rapidly as the cottage industry moves to more consolidation.  How will this impact your strategy and what should you do to prepare? Come hear Bill Becknell and a panel of industry experts representing suppliers, payers, DSO’s, analysts and more as they discuss how the changing market dynamics will influence the business of dentistry in the coming years.

Mr. Garg’s Bio:

Mr. Garg is a member of Houlihan Lokey’s Healthcare Group. He has more than a decade of healthcare investment banking and private equity experience, including seven years at Houlihan Lokey. During his career, Mr. Garg has closed more than 50 transactions, including buyside and sellside M&A transactions, as well as private financing and equity raise transactions for public and private companies. He focuses on a wide range of sectors within healthcare services, including dental services and products, outsourced physician services, behavioral health, technology-enabled healthcare services, and clinical laboratories.
Mr. Garg’s notable recent clients include D4C, Altima Dental, North East Dental Management, Absolute Dental, Valley Anesthesiology, RHA Health Services, Interactive Health Solutions, Dental Care Alliance, Deca Dental Group, DentMall, Gentle Dental of New England, ABILITY Network, MedHOK Healthcare Solutions, H.C. Materials, maxIT Healthcare, Calloway Labs, IEE, MWH Global, NextiraOne Group, Celsis, Accumed Home Health, CareFusion Technologies, Select Rehabilitation, and SourceOne Healthcare Technologies.
Prior to rejoining Houlihan Lokey in 2010, Mr. Garg was an Investment Manager with Primus Capital Funds, a middle-market private equity fund, where he structured and executed private equity investments in the healthcare and education sectors. While at Primus, he evaluated investments in home health, long-term care, HCIT, distribution, rehabilitation, practice management, and healthcare-focused, for-profit, post-secondary education companies.