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Private equity firms owned more than 20% of the health-care companies that went bankrupt last year. The nonprofit Private Equity Stakeholder Project, which investigates multiple industries, said it spotted at least 17 such bankruptcies in 2023, compared with eight in 2019 and even fewer during the previous three years, marking a 112.5% increase over the last five years.

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