Health System’s Transaction Decision Making Process

Health System’s Transaction Decision Making Process Presented by: Stephan Peron, CVA Managing Director, Stephan Peron, CVA was joined by Mark S. Martin, Adventist Health System, to present on “Health System’s Transaction Decision Making Process” at the Becker’s Hospital Review 6th Annual CEO + CFO Roundtable. read more →

Ways and Costs to Align: The Valuation of Physicians, Hospitals, ASCs and other Healthcare Providers

Presentation by Don Barbo and John Meindl Becker’s Hospital Review 8th Annual Meeting, April 18, 2017 Managing Director, Don Barbo and Manager, John Meindl presented on, “Ways and Costs to Align: The Valuation of Physicians, Hospitals, ASCs and other Healthcare Providers ” at Becker’s Hospital Review 8th Annual Meeting on April 18, 2017. To view the full presentation,.. read more →

4 Reasons to Joint Venture Your Behavioral Health Unit

4 Reasons to Joint Venture Your Behavioral Health Unit Written by William Teague, CFA and Matt Crook Becker’s Hospital Review The behavioral health industry is undergoing a wave of consolidation with the emergence of multi-location chains and growth of for-profit operators. A major reason behind this growth has been regulatory changes including the 2016 revision.. read more →

6 Key Trends Affecting Healthcare Real Estate in 2017

Healthcare Real Estate Trends in 2017 By Victor H. McConnell, VMG Health, Andrew Dick, Hall Render and Kelly M. Blumline, Hall Render Becker’s Hospital Review 1. Repeal of the Affordable Care Act On January 20, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order indicating “prompt repeal” of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and instructed federal agencies to.. read more →

Physician Arrangement Integrity: Balancing Process and Expense

Presentation with Jen Johnson, CFA Becker’s Hospital Review CEO + CFO Roundtable, November 9, 2016 Managing Director, Jen Johnson, CFA collaborated with Gail Peace (LUDI) to present on “Physician Arrangement Integrity: Balancing Process and Expense” at the Becker’s Hospital Review CEO + CFO Roundtable on November 9, 2016. read more →

Key Valuation Issues in Healthcare

Presentation by Jonathan Helm, CVA and Aaron Murski, CVA Becker’s Hospital Review CEO + CFO Roundtable, November 9, 2016 Managing Director, Jonathan Helm, CVA and Managing Director, Aaron Murski, CVA collaborated to present on “Key Valuation Issues in Healthcare” at the Becker’s Hospital Review CEO + CFO Roundtable on November 9, 2016. read more →

ASC Mergers & Acquisitions 2016-2017

Panel session with Aaron Murski, CVA Becker’s ASC 23rd Annual Meeting: The Business and Operations of ASCs, October 27-29, 2016 Managing Director, Aaron Murski, CVA collaborated on the panel session, “ASC Mergers & Acquisitions 2016-2017” at the Becker’s ASC 23rd Annual Meeting: The Business and Operations of ASCs. read more →

Determining Reasonable Price for Physician Non-Compete Buyouts: One Size Does Not Fit All!

Determining Reasonable Price for Physician Non-Compete Buyouts: One Size Does Not Fit All! By Don Barbo and John Meindl Becker’s Hospital Review Increasingly, physicians are choosing to enter employment relationships with larger practices or hospital-affiliated entities instead of owning their own practices. Employment contracts will often include non-competition covenants that restrict the employed physician from.. read more →

Trends, Strategies, Payment Models in Telemedicine

Trends, Strategies, Payment Models in Telemedicine Presentation by Ben Ulrich, CVA 2015 Becker’s Hospital Review CIO/HIT + Revenue Cycle Summit, July 21, 2015 At Becker’s Hospital Review CIO/HIT Summit CVA, Ben Ulrich, explained the reimbursement environment, strategies and structures, and fair market value considerations involving telemedicine arrangements. Trends, Strategies, and Payment Models in Telemedicine from.. read more →

The Details of Hospital Transactions and Real Estate Deals

The Details of Hospital Transactions and Real Estate Deals Q&A with Frank Fehribach, MAI, MRICS Becker’s Hospital Review, May 22, 2014 read more →