Ambulatory Surgery Center – ASC Syndication and Recruitment

Presentation slides from Ambulatory Alliances

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

Topics discussed during the program include the following:

• Difference between syndication and physician recruitment
• How to prepare to recruit new physicians and syndicate
• When an ASC should recruit physicians, undergo syndication or re-syndication
• Strategies ASCs might use to recruit new physician users
• What an ASC can do to lower the cost of the shares or units being sold and why a would center want to devalue their shares
• Regulatory risks associated with physician recruitment and syndications
• How a certificate of need is considered when valuing a physician’s interest
• ASC Syndication and Recruitment
Syndicate Surgery Center

Ambulatory Alliances hosts regular urgent care and ASC business-related webinars. 

 

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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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