Private Equity & The Friendly PC Model: Legal Considerations, FMV Process, and Current Market Trends (On-Demand Webinar)

Date: 02/29/24

Closed captions are available.

Overview: In this webinar, the presenters cover several topics related to the private equity transactions in physician practices. It begins with an overview of the current market and trending specialties. Then, it discusses the transaction outlook in this area. Additionally, it highlights the legal considerations that need to be taken into account when structuring these transactions, particularly in light of restrictions on ownership of physician practices. Lastly, we delve into the fair market valuation process for management and administrative services agreements, including valuation considerations.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the ongoing trend of private equity transactions involving physician practices, as well as predict the likelihood of such transactions occurring in the future.
  • Understanding the legal considerations related to the structuring of these transactions is warranted due to the unique legal requirements that apply to ownership and control of physician practices.
  • Identifying common misconceptions and creating a compliant FMV management fee.

Speaker Information:

Banee Pachuca, PartnerMorgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

Holden Godat, DirectorVMG Health

Will Sloss, Vice PresidentVarsity Healthcare Partners


Moderator Information:

Faisal Khan, Vice President, Associate General Counsel, Modivcare


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The maximum number of credits available is 1.80.