Emerging trends in healthcare valuation: key information for BV experts

BVWireIssue #76-4
January 28, 2009

The valuation of healthcare companies is an increasingly tricky task, made even more so by the ever changing legal regulations. Changes in revenue streams, regulatory measures, and business arrangements alone present a daunting task to those charged with valuing the healthcare industry’s constituent parts. Analysts in need of information can gain invaluable insights at BVR’s Teleconference Series on Healthcare Valuation, a program for business appraisers tasked with valuing any aspect of this industry. This week’s must-attend teleconference—taking place on January 30 at 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern—is the first of a three part series on healthcare valuation.

Jim Pinna, Alan Simons, and Todd Sorensen—contributors to the recently released BVR’s Guide to Healthcare Valuation—will join moderator and Guide co-editor Mark Dietrich for presentations and discussion of the Stark Law and anti-kickback statutes, home health care agencies, long-term care facilities, ambulatory surgical centers, and more. (You can listen to Mark Dietrich describe this distinguished panel and their presentations in a podcast here.)

Parts 2 and 3 of this series, featuring other Guide contributors, will cover topics such as physician compensation, imaging centers, physician practices, joint ventures, co-management agreements, and more. Best of all: Attendees of Part 1 and/or Part 2 will receive $50 off the next Healthcare teleconference they choose to attend.  Those who attend Part 1 of the teleconference will receive $100 off the teleconference price by purchasing BVR’s Guide to Healthcare Valuation­—co-edited by Cindy Eddins Collier and Dietrich—when you register. Note: This $100 off is only available to registrants of Part 1. Attendees will earn 2 CPE and/or 1.5 CLE credits.

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