Medical Practice Business Valuation

Want to really know what your Practice is worth?

Medical Practice Business Valuation – Prepared by a CPA to comply with the industry-leading AICPA SSVS No. 1, IVS reporting guidelines

Why should you have a medical practice business valuation:

If you are planning to sell your practice
If you are planning to buy a practice
It’s part of your retirement plan
Adding Partners or developing a buy/sell agreement
To obtain a loan

Sample Report

We may look at your business and see that you need to change a few operational processes to increase the value of the practice

  • Your not answering the phone fast enough – longer than 38 seconds
  • The denial rate is too high – more than 8%
  • DSOs are too long – Over 40 days
  • Patient collections is less than 70% – Should be above 90%
  • Full loaded wages is more than 56% of revenue

If the items above are confusing to you, you may want to discus them with us before you start the sales process. All these processes effect the efficiency and profitability of your medical practice. 

Our Executives have worked in healthcare and valued over hundreds of medical practices. We have worked for Private Equity Firms on the buy side and on the sell side. We have worked for large Physician practice management groups and valued and bought dozens of single doctor practices.

We are not just CPAs who provide guidance without having actually been one one side of the deal or the other. We have been CFOs negotiating the deals. We know how to value a practice, what the trends in the industries are and, most importantly, when to walk away.

We can help you buy or sell large or small medical practices across industries. We can all help you prepare operationally years in advance of a sale to help you get a maximum return on your investment.

For employee fraud, we have can also assist.

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    The calculations do not infer that the MedCXO assumes any fiduciary duties. The calculations provided should not be construed as financial, legal or tax advice. In addition, such information should not be relied upon for anything more than for discussion purposes. Hypothetical illustrations may provide historical or current performance information. Past performance does not guarantee nor indicate future results.