Carlyle in talks to buy healthcare technology firm Cotiviti for $15 bn

Carlyle Group is in talks to buy private healthcare technology firm Cotiviti from Veritas Capital for up to $15 billion, including debt, Reuters news report said.
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The private equity firm is looking to partner with another investment firm to pull off the deal, and is also in talks with direct lenders to arrange $5.5 billion of debt financing.

Atlanta-based Cotiviti provides payment accuracy and analytics services to health insurers and other healthcare companies.

Cotiviti, which went public in 2016, was acquired by Veritas in 2018 in a take-private deal valued at $4.9 billion, as the PE firm looked to expand its Verscend healthcare IT business.

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