Buying, Selling and Valuating ASCs: Current Ambulatory Surgery Center Trends

 April 20, 2012 – Ambulatory Alliances, LLC, a leading ambulatory surgery center investment banking firm, released the slides for recently hosted webinar “Buying, Selling and Valuating ASCs: Current Ambulatory Surgery Center Trends.”

Webinar recording

The webinar features a roundtable discussion between Blayne Rush, president of Ambulatory Alliances, and Curtis H. Bernstein, managing director of Sinaiko Healthcare Consulting, followed by a Q&A with participants. The moderator the program is Robert Kurtz of Kurtz Creative.

Topics discussed during the roundtable and Q&A includes the following:

  • Current transaction pricing of Ambulatory surgery center deals
  • How the sales price of an outpatient surgical center is determined
  • Who is buying Ambulatory surgical centers
  • What are ASC buyers looking for in an acquisition of outpatient surgical centers
  • Valuation of out-of-network Ambulatory surgical centers
  • ASC multiple prices
  • Ambulatory surgery center buying and selling processes

 

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About the Panelists

Blayne Rush, president of Ambulatory Alliances (www.AmbulatoryAlliances.com), is an SEC-registered and FINRA-licensed investment banker. He specializes in ASC brokerage; ambulatory surgery center turnarounds and increasing ASC valuations through physician recruitment and syndications; and access to the capital markets and capital structuring consulting for surgery centers, urgent care centers and radiation oncology centers.

Curtis Bernstein, ASA, CPA/ABV, CVA, MBA, is managing director of Sinaiko Healthcare Consulting (www.Sinaiko.com). He specializes in providing valuation, transaction advisory, strategic and operational consulting services to clients. He has extensive experience working closely with hospital systems, physician groups, ASCs and other healthcare providers.

 

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