New AHLA/BVR guide helps attorneys navigate healthcare valuation litigation

Understanding the complex relationships, evolving legislative landscape (including the Healthcare Reform Act) and other factors influencing healthcare practices and facilities is critical when faced with the challenge of defending or impeaching a tricky healthcare valuation.    The American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) and BVR are collaborating on a newly updated and soon to be published legal research guide that will shed light on the unique nuances of this area of business valuation.

The AHLA/BVR Guide to Healthcare Valuation, 2010 edition, edited by Mark O. Dietrich, CPA/ABV, will include eight new chapters written by healthcare appraisal experts.    An overview of healthcare reform, insight on the valuations of hospitals, physician practices, home health agencies, dialysis clinic and ambulatory surgical centers will also be included.    Indepth reviews of the latest trends involving lost profits for physician practices,  assessing personal goodwill and avoiding valuation of referrals will also be covered.    A detailed table of contents is now available here.   Interested readers can reserve a copy here.

The new guide will publish in September 2010.