Recent Trends and Practical Considerations for Hospital Joint Ventures
Time: 2:00-3:30 PM ET
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Live closed captions are available.
Overview: This webinar will cover a range of considerations for joint ventures with tax-exempt hospitals. Health care industry observers have noted an upward trend in hospital joint venture arrangements in the past year, and anticipate that this trend will continue based on the current economic landscape, focus on value-based care, and clinical collaborations. These considerations include key points for due diligence (i.e. timing, leadership, communications between parties), potential structures or restructuring options, operating agreement provisions and operational procedures to protect tax-exempt status, and how to determine whether and the extent to which a joint venture will generate unrelated business taxable income. The presenters will share insights regarding recent trends in joint venture activity and highlight practical considerations for tax-exempt hospitals participating in joint ventures.
- Learn about potential hospital joint venture structures and current trends in hospital joint ventures
- Learn practical tips for diligence, structures, and tax considerations related to due diligence for joint ventures with tax-exempt hospitals
- Learn about how tax-exempt hospitals participating in joint ventures can protect their tax-exemption and avoid unrelated business taxable income
Douglas Mancino, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Preston Quesenberry, Job title, KPMG
Nick Kump, Senior Associate, King & Spalding LLP
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