BVR's Guide to Physician Practice Valuation
The new edition of BVR’s Guide to Physician Practice Valuation available in June is the essential resource for understanding the complexities inherent in physician practice valuation, whether for sale to a hospital, private equity firm or to another physician. The Second Edition contains nine additional chapters and revisions to six existing chapters? Among the new chapters is one addressing traditional practice buy-ins and buyouts as well as how the presence of noncompete agreements affects value. Another deals with the actual valuation of noncompete agreements and personal goodwill, the key to many litigation engagements as well as tax planning associated with conversion of C Corporations to S Corporations or to tax-exempt status.
Mark Dietrich and other top healthcare appraisal experts deliver current and comprehensive “how-to” guidance on valuation approaches. Learn how the Anti-Kickback Statute and Stark Law impact your valuation in a completely updated chapter. A related new chapter devoted to the Bradford Regional case analyzes the risks of being unfamiliar with the regulatory construct as does another new chapter on measuring intangible value in physician practices co-authored by the industry’s most experienced healthcare valuation experts. Various chapters explore the not so subtle nuances of valuing a physician practice, including coding analysis, ancillary technical component revenue, “incident to” billing for midlevel providers, valuing accounts receivable and benchmarking and normalization of expense.
Practical guidance coupled with adherence to professional and regulatory standards define the 2012 Guide to Physician Practice Valuation.