Perhaps more so than in any industry, skilled talent in healthcare matters. It’s not easy to find, it’s not cheap, and it takes a long time to develop. But availability of personnel wasn’t the only factor challenging the industry. Like everyone else, investors and buyers in healthcare were watching inflation and geopolitical factors, such as supply chain snarls and, oh, warfare. Mergers and Acquisitions stumbled from their lofty perch of 2021, down nearly 50% early in the year. Investors are careful. Deals were done, but with purpose and caution. We remain optimistic, of course, because people need healthcare. When they are sick, they need help. When they are healthy, they want to stay healthy. The questions will be how do organizations provide care, optimize profit, control costs, and scale.