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Capital Equipment Transactions:  Will a desktop appraisal work for me?

October 16, 2018 Jeffrey Doyle, ASA
A common question that arises when a capital equipment appraisal is needed relates to determining whether the appraisers need to inspect the equipment.  Depending on the availability of the data, quality of the data, and willingness of the parties to compile data, the appropriate scope of an appraisal may be a desktop appraisal.  Desktop [...]
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Searching for Doctor McDreamy: Specialty Hospitalist Arrangements and Fair Market Value

November 21, 2017 Andrew L. Worthington

Published: 11/21/2017 | Author: Andrew L. Worthington

The combination of healthcare industry consolidation and physician shortages can leave hospitals with few options to secure coverage by specialist physicians. Oftentimes, the traditional on-call arrangement may not be sufficient to secure consistent coverage of hospital-based service lines. [...]

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Valuing Physician Practices

September 14, 2016 HealthCare Appraisers

The valuation of a physician practice is one of the most difficult tasks faced by business appraisers. With significant regulatory restrictions, lack of definitive direction for the application of standard valuation theory, and widely differing opinions of valuation “experts,” physician groups and health systems are left wondering what (or [...]

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Valuation of Intangible Assets Post Acquisition

September 14, 2016 HealthCare Appraisers

Accounting Standard Codification 350 – Intangibles, Goodwill and Other Indefinite-Lived Assets (“ASC 350”) govern the accounting treatment for goodwill and indefinite-lived intangible assets previously accounted for as part of a business combination.  Increased merger and acquisition activity has resulted in a significant upturn in the number [...]

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Valuing Payments Under the “Refill Exception”

May 21, 2015 HealthCare Appraisers

HIPAA’s Privacy Rule (the “Privacy Rule”), among other rights, gives individuals important controls over whether, and how their protected health information (“PHI”) is used and disclosed for marketing purposes.  Generally, “marketing” is communication made to an individual about a product or service that encourages the individual to purchase or [...]

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