Healthcare Valuation

Valuation Provides Insight for Healthcare Transactions

Several events and activities may prompt a healthcare organization’s need for a valuation, including acquisitions or divestitures of businesses; certain contractual arrangements, such as management or administrative contracts; and financial transactions involving physicians.

How Crowe Can Help

Hundreds of healthcare organizations across the country rely on Crowe Horwath LLP valuation services for objective analysis, industry insight, and broad technical knowledge.

Crowe healthcare valuation services are distinct. They include:

  • A team approach that combines depth of experience in valuation with deep healthcare industry experience, drawing additional resources from our consulting, audit, and tax professionals
  • Subject-matter specialists who offer the technical expertise needed to perform complex valuations unique to the healthcare industry
  • A time-tested project management approach featuring continual communication to confirm quality, timely completion, and timely issue resolution during this critical process

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Crowe Valuation Services for Healthcare

Many events and transactions in the life cycle of your healthcare organization set the stage for valuations. From financial reporting to Stark Law compliance, business and tax planning to mergers and acquisitions, Crowe Horwath LLP’s valuation team is ready to help you address all your valuation needs.

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Healthcare Mergers and Acquisitions Expertise

The Crowe mergers and acquisitions group has earned its reputation as a trusted resource to health organizations, private equity groups, and lenders for healthcare valuation and due diligence services.

Crowe provides a focused and flexible approach to healthcare due diligence based on the needs of strategic buyers, private equity firms, and lenders.

When are valuation services necessary?

  • Financial reporting in connection with business combinations, goodwill impairment, or equity incentives
  • Tax planning and reporting, including estate and gift tax planning, S-corporation conversions, not-for-profit and for-profit conversions
  • Analyzing potential acquisitions, combinations, joint ventures, or other transactions
  • Investigating lending and capital formation
  • Addressing litigation
  • Resolving business interruption claims