Healthcare Markets, Part Deux

April 9th, 2008 | Market Approach | Regulatory Matters | Seminars & Publications

I heard yesterday that my Paper on healthcare markets tentatively titled Healthcare Market Structure And Its Implication For Valuation Of Privately Held Provider Entities: An Empirical Analysis will appear in the Summer Edition of Business Valuation Review – barring unforseen delays. In addition to speaking in part on this topic at the AICPA/ASA BV Conference, I will also present portions of it at the AICPA Healthcare Conference in September and the Tennessee Society of CPAs Healthcare Conference on December 2.

Now that the paper has been accepted for publication – after pre-submission peer review and critique –  I think it is reasonable to state that it has fairly dramatic implications for the use of out-of-market transaction data when using the Guideline Publicly Traded Company method or the Guideline Merged and Acquired Company method.

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