American Medical Technologies Expands Reputation Of Wound-Care Leaders

American Medical Technologies (AMT) strives to improve the quality of life for their patients, who are mostly in their sunset years, by providing programs for secure long-term care. They use their 25 years of industry experience to inform their partnerships and supply top-notch wound care, ostomy, urological, and tracheostomy products to over 6,250 facilities across the nation.

Last week, One Equity Partners (OEP) announced their acquisition of AMT. The middle market private equity firm took on AMT in a private transaction, the financial terms of which were not disclosed. OEP frequently seeks out partnerships and strategic growth opportunities with healthcare and management businesses. AMT marks OEP’s third post-acute care investment, on the heels of recent investments in AdaptHealth Corp, which provides home medical equipment, and Ernest Health, an inpatient rehabilitation facility leader.

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According to OEP senior managing director Greg Belinfanti, “AMT has an excellent reputation as a market-leader in advanced wound care and clinical care services that help accelerate wound healing, mitigate infection complications, reduce hospital re-admittance, and increase patient satisfaction while reducing costs for facilities. We look forward to supporting AMT’s leadership in pursuing a significant number of expansion opportunities to bring AMT into the next phase of its growth.”

AMT is a participating Medicare Part B provider, and accredited supplier of Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Supplies (DMEPOS). The company serves the treatment of well over a quarter million wounds each year, and has over 2,000 collective years of clinical experience. In addition to advanced wound care services, they also offer tele-engagement programs to help mitigate exposure to COVID-19.

With this new platform, patients and providers are able to navigate socially distanced clinical care in the forms of virtual wound rounds, virtual patient review, and remote orders, among other services. Tele-engagement in wound care is a novel take on traditional care, but AMT has adapted to the new normal with HIPAA compliant telemedicine tools that help extend patient quality of life despite the pandemic’s continued interruptions.