Accounting for approximately 20% of the U.S. economy, healthcare represents the largest industry in the nation. The industry today is stepping into a new frontier and is undergoing dramatic shifts involving extensive reform initiatives and consolidation amongst providers. Valuing healthcare entities requires significant industry experience and knowledge of healthcare valuation theory. At Applied Economics, we understand the changes the healthcare industry is facing and can bring the experience and depth of knowledge needed to provide accurate and dependable fair market value analyses and opinions.
Applied Economics provides a full spectrum of healthcare valuation services to a variety of healthcare facilities, organizations and providers, including:
Applied Economics is also regularly engaged to provide valuations for healthcare related intangible assets and Certificates of Need (CON). Additionally, we are equipped to perform detailed physician compensation valuations arising from service arrangements with Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs).
We understand the potential regulatory challenges to consider, such as concerns involving the Anti-Kickback Statute and Physician Self-Referral Law (Stark Laws); as well as, issues arising with the Internal Revenue Service and Office of Inspector General.
With our extensive experience and proven track record, Applied Economics is prepared to help clients navigate the ever changing healthcare landscape. The healthcare industry is on the cusp of a new frontier with the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Whether you are a small physician practice facing the daunting regulatory obstacles, or a hospital looking to establish an ACO, Applied Economics has the tools, expertise, and resources to ensure a successful engagement.
Recent examples of our healthcare advisory engagements include: