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Jonathan Krieger
Jonathan Krieger
Managing Director

Jon is a Managing Director at Berkery Noyes with 17 years of healthcare investment banking experience. He advises leading companies and private equity firms on M&A and recapitalization transactions. Jon has broad experience in healthcare services, with particular expertise in healthcare information technology, behavioral health, population health management, clinical systems, and revenue cycle management. Previously, Jon worked in the healthcare investment banking groups at Bank of America and Bear Stearns.

Jon received a Bachelor of Arts from Clark University and an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School. He holds FINRA Series 7, 79 and 63 licenses.

Jon has advised leading companies and private equity firms on many notable transactions while at Berkery Noyes, including:

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Great Point Partners has exited its stake in Glendale, California-based Autism Learning Partners as a result of the latter’s acquisition by FFL Partners. No financial terms were disclosed. ALP is a provider of applied behavior analysis and other services for child and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Mid-market private equity investor FFL Partners has backed therapy business Autism Learning Partners (ALP) in a deal worth more than $270m. The deal marks the firm’s ninth healthcare investment, and its 20th portfolio buy.
The highly anticipated auction for Autism Learning Partners has concluded, commanding north of $270 million through a sale to FFL Partners. The transaction represents the vertical’s largest-ever sponsor deal, according to sources familiar with the situation.
FFL Partners acquired Autism Learning Partners, a provider of applied behavioral analysis therapy for children and young adults with autism spectrum disorders and developmental disabilities. The acquisition follows a sales process led by investment bank Berkery Noyes & Co.
PatientSafe Solutions, a provider of mobile clinical workflow and communication solutions, has raised $25 million in financing. HighBar Partners led the round with participation from return backers Merck Global Health Innovation Fund, Camden Partners, Psilos Group and TPG.
PatientSafe Solutions, a provider of mobile clinical workflow and communication solutions has raised $25 million in funding led by HighBar Partners. Founded in 2002, PatientSafe’s unified clinical solution, PatientTouch consolidates secure messaging, voice, alerts, and nurse calls with EMR data and clinical workflows in one mobile app for more than 80 healthcare providers.
PatientSafe Solutions, which provides mobile clinical workflow and communication technology, has closed a $25 million round of financing. The San Diego-based startup plans to use the funds to further scale operations, boost sales, and drive more innovation in clinical communications and care delivery.
Thank you Jon. We appreciate your guidance, support and hard work to get us this great outcome.
Josh Geballe Chief Executive Officer Core Informatics
Jon Krieger, you and your team were a pleasure to work with. I have the utmost respect for the skill sets you exhibited in positioning the business, pulling together our materials, the tireless hours you put in, and the “get it done” attitude that purveyed all the way to closing. Thanks so much for your leadership in bringing this transaction to a successful close for all parties involved. I truly feel good for the Extension team and Vocera; a win/win end result.
Jon Jensen Chairman & Majority Shareholder Extension Healthcare
Jon Krieger and his team at Berkery Noyes were valued partners throughout the process. Their guidance, healthcare knowledge, and commitment allowed us to find a great partner for our next stage of growth.
Michael Maloney Founder & CEO Learn It Systems
Jonathan, thank you for guiding M2S through the transaction process. I thoroughly enjoyed working with you and your team. I hope that our paths will cross again soon.
Greg Lange President & CEO M2S
Jon Krieger and his team at Berkery Noyes were invaluable trusted advisors. Their understanding of our business, the payment integrity market and the overall healthcare landscape as well as their M&A deal experience resulted in a great outcome for the shareholders, a great home for the business, and very positive outcome for all parties.
Paul Watnes President & CEO AfterMath Claim Science
Our advisor Jon Krieger and his team at Berkery Noyes ran a great sales process that resulted in a positive outcome for all parties.
Greg Bell Founder and CEO Healthx

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