The changing healthcare delivery paradigm has resulted in an evolving array in the types of transactions that do not encompass the simple acquisition of the entirety of a business enterprise as a going concern. Most often, these transactions are more complex in nature, encompassing a series of distinct, yet related, transactions and contractual relationships for the acquisition, lease, or co-venture of specified assets (both tangible and intangible) with, perhaps, only some portion of the target enterprise (e.g., ancillaries service line) being considered as a going concern enterprise. Consequently, these transactions often present multiple, inter-related elements and a higher degree of complexity than is typically addressed within the scope of a more straight forward business enterprise value (BEV) assignment of determining Fair Market Value for a going concern enterprise considered in its entirety.
Health Capital Consultants (HCC) has extensive experience in valuations related to these types of healthcare assets, including:
- Tangible Personal Property (i.e., furniture, fixtures and equipment);
- Trained and Assembled Workforce;
- Custodial Rights of Medical Charts and Records;
- Noncompete Covenants;
- Certificates of Need;
- Managed Care Agreements;
- Provider Service Agreements;
- Lease Agreements;
- Intellectual Property;
- Accountable Care Organization Participation;
- Branding Rights; and,
- Other Healthcare Tangible and Intangible Assets.