Hospital Valuation: Analyzing the Correlation of Hospital Size and Deal Multiple

How Size Influences Hospital Valuation Intuitively, large hospitals are more attractive as acquisition candidates when compared to smaller hospitals due to certain structural advantages. Larger hospitals can take advantage of economies of scale, attract skilled workers, access capital markets and create integrated provider networks. Because of these advantages, one might expect to observe higher transaction.. read more →

Changes in Urgent Care Center Valuation: Are You Keeping Pace?

Webinar by Elliott Jeter, CFA, CPA/ABV and Corey Palasota, CFA  BVR/AHLA Guide to Healthcare Industry Finance and Valuation, May 24, 2016 read more →

Tangible and Intangible Assets in the Valuation of a Healthcare Business

Written by Richard Romero The Ambulatory M&A Advisor, April 11, 2016 Experts Elliott Jeter, CFA, CPA/ABV and Kevin Florenz, ASA bring their insight to the Ambulatory M&A Advisor to help potential buyers and sellers understand the important differences in intangible and tangible assets for healthcare transaction purposes. Click here to read the full article. read more →

The Evolution of the Urgent Care Industry and Current Valuation Metrics

The Evolution of the Urgent Care Industry and Current Valuation Metrics Presentation by Elliott Jeter, CFA, CPA/ABV AICPA National Healthcare Industry Conference, November 6, 2014 read more →

Portfolio of Hospitals Valuation: Do Unprofitable Hospitals Add Value

By Elliott Jeter, CFA, CPA/ABV HFMA Strategic Financial Planning Newsletter, September 2014 read more →

Valuing Urgent Care Centers

Webinar by Elliott Jeter, CFA, CPA/ABV and Corey Palasota, CFA; “Valuing Urgent Care Centers”. A BVR Webinar, June 24, 2014. read more →

Reading the Tea Leaves – Assessing the Effects of Hospital Imaging Volume Declines

Webinar by Elliott Jeter, CFA, CPA/ABV and Corey Palasota, CFA; “Reading the Tea Leaves – Assessing the Effects of Hospital Imaging Volume Declines” ImagingBiz, November 21, 2013 read more →

Valuing a Portfolio of Hospitals: Do Unprofitable Hospitals Add to Portfolio Value?

By Elliott Jeter, CFA, CPA/ABV and Patrick M Roberts Health Value Insights Unprofitable Hospital Valuation Influences The most widely recognized metric for valuing a healthcare service enterprise with multiple facilities is the Enterprise Value / EBITDA metric.  EV/EBITDA multiples of companies with a portfolio of facilities may not tell the full story of an enterprise’s.. read more →

Discovering Emerging Value and Transaction Drivers in Imaging

Panel discussion with Elliott Jeter, Partner, CFA, CPA/ABV; “Discovering Emerging Value and Transaction Drivers in Imaging”. Radiology Business Management Association Fall Education Conference, September 9, 2013 read more →

Non-Profit/For-Profit Joint Ventures – Structuring and Valuing the Deal

Presentation by Elliott Jeter, Partner, CFA, CPA/ABV, VMG Health; “Non-Profit/For-Profit Joint Ventures – Structuring and Valuing the Deal”. AHLA Hospitals and Health Systems Law Institute. February 13, 2013 read more →