What is Corporate “BOOK VALUE” & “PAR VALUE”?

TWO INVESTING DIFFERENCES = TWO QUICK THOUGHTS

BY DR. DAVID EDWARD MARCINKO MBA CMP®

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BOOK-VALUE: Cost of capital assets minus accumulated depreciation for a healthcare [corporation], or other organization.

The net asset value of a [healthcare] companies common stock. This is calculated by dividing the net tangible assets of the company (minus the par value of any preferred stock the company has) by the number of common shares outstanding.

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PAR VALUE: For common stock, the value on the books of the corporation. It has little to do with market value or even the original price of shares at first issuance.

The difference between par and the price at first issuance is carried on the books of a corporation as “paid-in capital” or “capital surplus.”

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PODCAST: Corporate Practice of Medicine Laws

Dictate Doctors Cannot Work for Corporations?

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ERIC BRICKER MD

These Laws Were Put Into Place So Doctors Would Not Put Shareholders Before Patients and So Corporations Would Not Interfere with Doctor Judgement.

Corporate Practice of Medicine Laws are at the State-Level, NOT the Federal Level.

Each State Has Their Own Exceptions Such as 1) Doctors Can Work for Companies That Are Owned by Other Doctors and 2) Doctors Can Work for Hospitals.

However, Private Equity Firms Have Been on a Physician Practice Buying Binge.

Private Equity Firms Bought 355 Physician Practices from 2013 – 2016.

Two of the Largest Purchases Were KKR‘s Purchase of Envision’s 25,000 Doctors for Almost $10 Billion and Blackstone‘s Purchase of Team Health’s 20,000 Doctors for $6 Billion.

QUERY: If Corporate Practice of Medicine Laws Say that Doctors Cannot Work for a Corporation, How are Private Equity Purchases of Physician Practices Legal?

This Video by Colleague Eric Bricker MD Explains
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2epmk4_-kUI

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