Q & A Interview on Medical Practice Valuations

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An Interview with Dr. David Edward Marcinko; MBA, CMP™
[By
Karen Caffarini: Reporter: American Medical News]

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Dr David E Marcinko MBAMedical Practice Appraisals and Valuations

[Unedited Question-Answer Interview]

Excerpt

The allocated purchase price must be reported to the IRS. Goodwill is considered a capital asset. Therefore, the seller will want to allocate as much of the selling price to goodwill as possible. The buyer will want to allocate more of the selling price to non-goodwill assets because goodwill amortization is not tax deductible while depreciation and amortization of other assets is tax deductible. This “negotiated” goodwill will stand as the IRS value.“

Assessment

Thus, the IRS has effectively forced the controversial goodwill determination on practice buyers and sellers. This makes it even more imperative for buyers to specifically identify any hidden practice assets they are acquiring at the time of purchase; or for purchasers to discover them.

Humor

Q: What asset might have less value than a toxic credit-debt-obligation [CDO]?

A: A private medical practice

Conclusion

Your comments are appreciated; especially if you have bought, sold or merged a medical practice recently.

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3 Responses

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    Experts identify the top factors physicians should consider when negotiating a practice sale or merger.

    http://medicaleconomics.modernmedicine.com/medical-economics/news/what-physicians-need-know-when-negotiating-medical-practice-sale-or-merger

    Hope R. Hetico RN MHA
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  2. Don’t waste money on eMRs

    Investments in new EHR systems may seem like the shrewdest avenue to enhancing value in the market for medical practices looking to sell.

    But, that’s not typically the case. If you’re trying to beef up the value of a medical practice, don’t bother upgrading your electronic health record system, says one expert, since hospitals will have ideas of their own.

    http://www.healthcarefinancenews.com/news/selling-medical-practice?topic=03,

    Dr. David Edward Marcinko MBA
    http://www.amazon.com/Business-Medical-Practice-Transformational-Doctors/dp/0826105750/ref=sr_1_9?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1287563112&sr=1-9

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