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PE firm invests in SG Homecare 

PE firm invests in SG Homecare 

BOSTON – Sverica Capital Management, a private equity investment firm, has made a strategic investment in SG Homecare, a Tustin, Calif.-based provider of DMEPOS to patients throughout the state. 

SG specializes in using capitated contracts, serving a wide range of payers and risk-bearing provider groups, acting as a value-added partner to these organizations as they seek to provide high-quality care for their home-based populations. 

“After an exhaustive search for the right growth partner, I determined that Sverica and SG shared the same values and commitment to patient care,” said Thomas “Randy” Rowley, founder and CEO of SG Homecare. “We look forward to the opportunity to grow and expand our footprint in the health care space.” 

Rowley will continue to lead SG. 

Gregg Osenkowski, partner at Sverica, and Doug Patrican, vice president at Sverica, will join the company’s board of directors as part of the transaction. 

“We were drawn to SG Homecare because of the company’s relentless focus on customer service, breadth of product offering, and leadership in risk-sharing payment models with payors and at-risk physician groups,” Osenkowski said. “As the number of physician groups taking full risk increases nationwide, we believe models such as SG Homecare’s will be an attractive alternative to legacy fee-for-service.” 


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