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Health Capital Consultants - Healthcare Valuation
Providing Solutions in an Era of Healthcare Reform for 25 Years
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Todd A. Zigrang
John R. Chwarzinski
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Jessica L. Bailey-Wheaton
Vice President & General Counsel
Daniel J. Chen
Senior Financial Analyst
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Professional liability insurance coverage related to future services rendered after employment has terminated, or covering prior acts, respectively.
Physical assets, including cash, accounts receivable, inventory, property, plant and equipment, etc.
Tangible Personal Property
Tangible things capable of ownership not classed as realty, they being furniture, fixtures, equipment, machinery, inventories, vessels, precious metals, vehicles, gems, evidences of
Prospects are surveyed on a case-by-case basis and those whose information meets the limiting qualifications set by the consultant have preliminary proposals prepared and can be considered targets.
Tasks, Duties, Responsibilities, and Accountabilities
The specific tasks and duties to be performed by person and the area of the organization or processes for which that person is responsible and accountable to management.
Liability that establishes whether practice finances are filed on personal or corporate tax returns.
Tax-Exempt Not-for-Profit Organization
An exempt organization is organized or operated for the benefit of private interests. The IRS has stated that
Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN)
"A Federal taxpayer identification number or employer identification number as defined by the IRS in 26 CFR 301.6109
Facilities that employ physicians and practitioners with teaching appointments.
Technicians and Paraprofessionals
Non-physician practitioners that work as physician extenders, providing physical and technological manpower support during the provision of physician services, and are unauthorized to independently bill for services.
The loss of
resulting from the differences in capabilities between the old asset and the replacement asset.
Technology-Related Intangible Assets
Includes computer software/network
; technical/software documentation; and, maintenance/support agreements.
Closely related to
and is used to describe the broader definition of remote healthcare that does not always involve clinical services, although the two terms are often used interchangeably.
The transfer of electronic medical data (high resolution images, sounds, live video, and patient records from one location to another in order to enhance the quality and efficiency of patient comfort and care.
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