April 3rd, 2007 | Seminars & Publications

I am pleased to report that I received confirmation that my article entitled A Healthcare Appraiser Reviews a Judge-Appraiser’s "Report" will be published in the Summer 2007 edition of Business Valuation Review.  This article takes an entirely different look at last Spring’s Delaware Open MRI decision, focusing on errors in the assumptions in the income approach, including use of the industry risk premium and terminal growth rate. BVR uses a blind peer review system and the article was extensively re-written and improved as a result of the hard work of the editorial review board, to whom I am grateful.

The BVR article, along with the article I co-authored on the Caracci case, which has been favorably received but not yet accepted, represent the culmination of two years of work on clarifying  the correct application of the income approach in the healthcare industry and exposing weaknesses in the market approach. The two other works: Medical Practices: A BV Rx in the November 2005 Journal of Accountancy and Identifying Appropriate Valuation Approaches under Stark and the AKS in the December 2006 edition of the American Bar Association’s Health Lawyer were also subject to intensive editorial review and re-write. 

Taken as a whole, the four pieces present a comprehensive framework for identifying common errors and correct approaches in healthcare industry valuation.

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  • Randy Biernat says:

    I recently started reading your blog and I appreciate all the work you put into it. I also refer to your book on a regular basis–it’s a good resource and important part of our library.
    I was hoping you could tell me where I could find a copy of your “Appropriate Valuation Approaches under Stark and the AKS” article. I would be very interested in reading your views on this topic.
    As you know, there isn’t a great deal out there on this topic, and I want to make sure I understand all the relevant viewpoints.

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