Valuation Considerations for Diagnostic Imaging Centers

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December 11, 2012
Douglas G. Smith, FRBMA


Diagnostic imaging centers, like the rest of America's healthcare sector, are currently experience rapid and drastic change as a result of regulatory, rule-making, and economic trends. They are also susceptible to substantial variety as a result of geography and business makeup. As Douglas Smith notes in the BVR/AHLA Guide to Healthcare Valuation, "If you've performed one valuation [of diagnostic imaging centers] … you've performed one valuation." In Valuation Considerations for Diagnostic Imaging Centers, Part 11 of BVR's Online Symposium on Healthcare Valuation, Smith, a stalwart expert on imaging centers, joins BVR to discuss the current and emerging trends that are exacerbating the already difficult nature of these unique businesses. Attendees to this program will learn how structural, regulatory, and economic trends are changing diagnostic imaging centers, what this means for their values, and what this means for the process of determining their value.
Valuation Considerations for Diagnostic Imaging Centers
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