In This Report

In the fall of 2005, TripleTree released its first report on the burgeoning Health & Wellness industry. Highlighting the important trends and developments in the corporate healthcare arena, the report focused on companies providing health promotion programs and services to businesses that help lower healthcare costs and improve employee productivity. We continue our efforts in this latest report, Health & Wellness: Accelerating Trends and Emerging Themes, to explore the rapidly changing and consolidating field. These efforts bring not only market insights and analysis, but also relevant financial and transactional highlights, providing what we believe is a comprehensive survey of the forces, trends and business drivers that will help to identify and provide guidance behind future investment, growth and mergers & acquisition activity in this important and expanding industry.

The dynamic Health & Wellness industry has emerged as an important element in today's society and is similarly playing an increasing role in TripleTree's investment banking practice. As a business owner, investor or other interested constituent, we trust the insights and understanding you will find in this report will be useful to you as you navigate this territory. TripleTree has become the leading investment banking voice in Health & Wellness and we believe we can provide knowledge and superior counsel as you contemplate various strategic and growth decisions in this unique and fascinating industry.

TripleTree's research and advisory engagements have allowed us to assemble a vast body of knowledge and expertise about the companies and value drivers that define the Health & Wellness sector. Our voice in the health management space and our continued commitment to publishing industry research, participating in key industry events, facilitating webcast sessions and setting new valuation standards for health management firms is unmatched.

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