BVR Publishes Guide to Physician Practice Valuation During Turbulent Time in Healthcare Industry

PORTLAND, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- A much needed resource during a turbulent time in the healthcare industry, BVR’s newly-published Guide to Physician Practice Valuation provides expert guidance on the appraisal of physician practices.

With issues such as compensation, non-competes, the Stark law and anti-kickback statutes all contributing to an already complex business, healthcare reform is adding substantial turbulence to the physician practice market. “Because of Healthcare reform there is a substantial amount of uncertainty in the physician community about where reimbursement is going to go,” said Dietrich, editor and contributing author of the guide. “As a result of that, there has been a significant increase in the number of hospital physician transactions in the last 18 to 24 months and it looks like it will continue for the near future.”

Dietrich’s expertise in the healthcare valuation area is well known, and he is a panelist in BVR’s upcoming webinar on Healthcare Reform and its Impact on Valuation on June 10th.

BVR’s Guide to Physician Practice Valuation is an important new resource, providing helpful guidance on the complex issues facing appraisers, medical financial officers and physicians alike. To learn more or request a review copy, please contact Colin Murcray at (503) 291-7963 ext. 117 or [email protected].

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About Mark Dietrich

Mark O. Dietrich, CPA/ABV is a summa cum laude, Beta Gamma Sigma graduate of Boston University where he also earned an MBA with high honors; he holds a Master in Taxation degree from Bentley College as well. Mark’s web address, www.cpa.net, is the leader in medical practice valuation information. In addition to being Technical Editor of this Guide to Physician Practice Valuation as well as BVR’s Guide to Healthcare Valuation, he is a contributor to other BVR publications including the Goodwill Guide and Lost Profits Guide. Mark is author of the Medical Practice Valuation Guidebook, co-author of PPC’s Guide to Healthcare Consulting, a contributor to PPC’s Guide to Business Valuation and author of more than 100 articles on valuation, taxation, managed care and the healthcare regulatory environment in the Journal of Accountancy, CPA Expert, Business Valuation Review and the ABA’s Health Lawyer, among others. He is a member of the Editorial Board of CPA Expert as well as the Expert Panel of Financial Valuation and Litigation Expert, the American Society of Appraisers 2009 Business Valuation Conference Committee, the AICPA Healthcare Expert Panel (2007-2009) and the AICPA National Healthcare Industry Conference Committee (2008-2009).

He has nearly 200 valuation engagements in the healthcare industry and his expertise includes reasonable compensation, healthcare markets, medical practices, imaging and surgery centers, regulatory planning and defense, personal goodwill and noncompete agreements.

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Business Valuation Resources, LLC
Colin Murcray, Editor, 503-291-7963 ext. 117
[email protected]

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