Ramifications of recent healthcare cases

BVWireIssue #52-5
January 31, 2007

First there was Caracci v Commissioner, then Delaware Open MRI Radiology v. Kessler—and now, the ongoing litigation in the Greater Southeast Community Hospital case: All point to the continued “critical care” BV professionals must give any appraisals in the healthcare sector. For BVR’s next telephone conference—“Healthcare Valuation and the Impact of Recent Court Cases,” moderator Mark Dietrich joins Carol Carden, Don Barbo and Reed Tinsley to dissect these recent decisions and discuss, in particular, the failures of the market and guideline company approaches in Caracci; and the unsuccessful income approach assumptions in Delaware Open MRI. Registrants for the February 8, 2007 conference will receive case abstracts and full-text court opinions of these two vital decisions, as well as a multitude of additional “must read” articles on healthcare valuations and industry resources. To register, click here.

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