After a tumultuous 2020, health care practice leaders expect 2021 to be a year full of M&A deals and consolidation, insolvency for beleaguered sectors like rural hospitals and skilled nursing, and, hopefully, more certainty from a COVID-19 vaccine and the Biden administration’s pandemic response.

Health care forecast Credit: Roberto Jiménez/ALM;

Health care practice heads say they expect the Biden administration to be beneficial to the industry, and that the Affordable Care Act will survive Republican efforts to dismantle it in court.

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