| Current Issues, Trends, and Approaches in Healthcare Consulting—Current and Emerging Trends in Buying, Selling, and Valuing Ambulatory Surgery Centers
Program Type: Recorded Webinar (Audio, PPT)
Program Level: Overview
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
CPE Credits: One (1) Hour
Fields of Study: Management Advisory Services
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This webinar will explore pertinent issues and trends concerning buying, selling, and valuating ambulatory surgery centers. The presentation, in the form of a roundtable discussion, will address topics including the following: current pricing of ambulatory surgery center (ASC) deals; how price is determined; who is buying ASCs; what are buyers looking for in an acquisition; key transaction and valuation differences in selling to physicians versus selling to a corporate buyer; accountable care, value-based purchasing and other emerging trends in partnering with a hospital or another corporate buyer; valuation of out-of-network ASCs; ASC multiple prices; ASC buying and selling processes; key transaction and diligence issues when undertaking a sale; syndication to new physicians; non-competes; status of key employees post-acquisition; and profiting from anesthesia in light of OIG opinion 12-06.
After completing the webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Identify the key issues affecting buying, selling and prices of ambulatory surgery centers
- Differentiate the pros and cons of selling an ambulatory surgery center to physicians, corporate buyer or hospital
- Assess the changes likely to occur after a sale
- Research potential buyers of the ambulatory surgery center
- Identify the legal issues that will affect a sale
Who Should Attend
Ambulatory surgery center (ASC) physicians, ASC management and development company leaders, hospital leaders, hospital management and development company leaders, ASC administrators
Blayne Rush, MHP, MBA
Blayne Rush is the president of Ambulatory Alliances and is a SEC-registered and FINRA-licensed investment banker. He specializes in ambulatory surgery center brokerage, ambulatory surgery center turnarounds and increasing ambulatory surgery center valuations through physician recruitment and syndications, and access to the capital markets and capital structuring consulting for surgery, urgent care centers, and radiation oncology centers.
Curtis H. Bernstein, ASA, CPA/ABV, CVA, MBA, CHFP
Curtis Bernstein is managing director for Sinaiko Healthcare Consulting. Mr. Bernstein specializes in providing valuation, transaction advisory, strategic and operational consulting services to clients. He has extensive experience working closely with hospital systems, physician groups, ambulatory surgery centers, and other providers.
Joshua Kaye, JD
Joshua Kaye is a partner in the global law firm of DLA Piper where he serves as the co-chair of the firm's healthcare sector. Mr. Kaye concentrates his practice in healthcare mergers and acquisitions and the development of innovative business models within the healthcare industry. Mr. Kaye advises clients in all aspects of federal and state healthcare regulatory matters, including anti-kickback, self-referral laws, state licensure, Certificate of Need, insurance laws, and HIPAA.