Healthcare Business Valuations
Looking Beyond The Numbers!
Determining the value of a healthcare business is a complex undertaking. Not only is the healthcare field very unique, various sectors within the medical industry are vastly different. Our specialization in selling healthcare companies gives us unique insight into the numbers, industry trends, performance benchmarks, comparable transactions, and buyer attitudes which are key parts of a properly executed business valuation. Additionally, our valuation experts are highly accredited which allows us to quickly provide sound business valuations.
WHO USES OUR HEALTHCARE BUSINESS VALUATIONS
- Biotechnology Companies
- Pharmaceutical Companies
- Medical Device Companies
- Medical Technology Companies
- Healthcare Services including Medical Practices, Home Healthcare Agencies, Nurse Staffing, Billing, Transcription, etc.
- Startups and Established Medical Companies
Why They Use Our Business Valuations
Common Uses of Our Reports
- Selling a Medical Company
- Buying a Medical Company
- Raising Capital
- Partner Buy In
- Partner Buy Out
- Phantom Stock Valuations
- Stock Options
- Equity Linked Debt
- Fairness Opinion on a Transaction
- Shareholder Disputes
- License Agreements
- Intellectual Property Valuation
- Estate Planning
- Strategic or Corporate Planning
What You Get | Common Scope of Services
The following is the scope of services for a typical healthcare business valuation:
1. Review of various financial and operating documents for the company and phone discussions to better understand the company's business operations, marketing, management, and any unusual, infrequent and non-recurring financial and other events.
2. Using various methodologies we will determine a range of acceptable values. The methodologies will include discounted cash flow, revenue multiples, multiple of cash flow, and others that are deemed appropriate.
3. The multiples will be compiled using our proprietary databases of recent transactions, leading international business databases, industry trends, and similar.
4. A valuation report will be prepared describing the expected fair market value of the company and the methodologies used to determine the value.
5. A phone conversation with the client will be held to explain the valuation report, valuation methodology, and to answer any questions.