The Affordable Care Act is putting pressure on physician groups to become part of a larger organization. “That’s really to deal with the lack of capital that these groups typically have, they’re typically run very lean, and they lack the capital for IT investment and strategic initiatives that are going to be critical to success as the ACA rolls out,” says Jeff Swearingen, managing director at Edgemont Capital Partners, a health care-focused investment bank. For more on physician group consolidation, see ACA Reshuffles the Deck Originally published Nov. 22.