Eric Coburn is a managing director in the firm’s Healthcare M&A Practice. He has more than 25 years of experience with healthcare payors and providers. His clients have included private, publicly-traded, not-for-profit and provider-sponsored companies, as well as private equity firms and state agencies.
Eric has worked on an array of complex engagements, principally in the areas of M&A advisory, strategic and capital advisory services, financial advisory and monitoring services, valuations, fairness opinions, restructuring and capital raising. He has extensive expertise in managed care (commercial, Medicaid, Medicaid, dental/vision, care management) and outsourced clinical services, where most recently he has been especially active in physician related transactions. His transaction experience includes home health, behavioral health, clinical laboratory, hospitals and long-term care/senior living.
Prior to joining Duff and Phelps, Eric spent almost his entire career at various iterations of the same firm. He joined Raymond James in 2012 following the acquisition of Morgan Keegan, which he joined in 2007 following the acquisition of Morgan Keegan by Raymond James. Eric spent most of his career with Shattuck Hammond Partners, which was acquired by Morgan Keegan.
Eric received a M.B.A. from the Graduate School of Business at the University of Chicago and a B.A., Phi Beta Kappa, from Wesleyan University.