One of your physicians’ colleagues in a nearby community is closing shop. It seems like a great opportunity to immediately expand without too much work or hassle … but how can you be confident it’s right for you? Will buying that practice next door help you build revenues and negotiate with payers — or be a costly mistake? Should you buy your competitor’s practice simply to avoid someone else moving into your neighborhood? And who should help protect your practice with tasks like pricing, due diligence, and contract review?
It’s easy to find published information about selling a practice to a hospital or larger group. But what if you want to take the leap and acquire a nearby practice to grow? It can be a big step in the right direction — with smart analysis, choices, and advice. This presentation will give you a leg up on all three.
This presentation by Laurie Morgan is part of the AOA conference.
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