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Exit Planning, Healthcare Sectors, Valuation
What's the Value of Your Home Healthcare Agency?

The only constant for home healthcare agencies is change. For many owners of agencies, change is both demanding and fatiguing. At some point, owners start thinking about exiting their company. Some owners elect to pass ownership down to their adult children. Some stop taking on new clients/patients and simply close their doors. Others seek to sell their company in the marketplace. This column is written for those owners considering selling in the marketplace.

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Exit Planning, Healthcare Sectors, Valuation
Thinking of Selling Your Urgent Care Center?

The healthcare industry is continually in flux. Business owners and operators of urgent care centers (UCCs) are constantly experiencing changing regulatory guidelines and suppressing reimbursement from payors. These unpreventable changes and a demanding environment may lead owners to seek monetization of their assets. For those UCC owners considering selling, there's good news: The marketplace is currently hungry for your companies and buyers are eagerly gobbling up well-performing UCCs.

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Valuation
What's Your Healthcare Company Worth?

This article on healthcare company valuation examines the amount private equity firms are paying for companies in 2019. Private equity is composed of funds and investors that directly invest in private companies or that engage in buyouts of public companies, resulting in the delisting of public equity. Much of private equity funding is spent on healthcare, manufacturing, and service businesses.

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Healthcare Sectors

Exit Planning, Healthcare Sectors
Difficult Conversations: Explaining the Sale of Your Human Services Company

I was recently speaking with one of the sellers I represented about the sale of his provider agency. I asked him what he thought was my most significant value during his long selling process. Without skipping a beat, he said, "'The emotional support you provided to me." He explained that it was helpful to talk with me when things got stressful or even a bit scary since I had been through the process of selling my own company.

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Exit Planning, Healthcare Sectors, Valuation
What's the Value of Your Home Healthcare Agency?

The only constant for home healthcare agencies is change. For many owners of agencies, change is both demanding and fatiguing. At some point, owners start thinking about exiting their company. Some owners elect to pass ownership down to their adult children. Some stop taking on new clients/patients and simply close their doors. Others seek to sell their company in the marketplace. This column is written for those owners considering selling in the marketplace.

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Healthcare Sectors, Market Trends
Human Services Operators: Don't Apologize for Making a Profit

As human services business owners and operators, we should not apologize when our businesses earn a profit. Rather, it's time to stop shielding our staff from the important discussion of budgets and bottom lines. They should have some exposure to the budgeting process and understand the need for a healthy bottom line.

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Exit Planning

Exit Planning, Healthcare Sectors
Difficult Conversations: Explaining the Sale of Your Human Services Company

I was recently speaking with one of the sellers I represented about the sale of his provider agency. I asked him what he thought was my most significant value during his long selling process. Without skipping a beat, he said, "'The emotional support you provided to me." He explained that it was helpful to talk with me when things got stressful or even a bit scary since I had been through the process of selling my own company.

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Exit Planning, Healthcare Sectors, Valuation
What's the Value of Your Home Healthcare Agency?

The only constant for home healthcare agencies is change. For many owners of agencies, change is both demanding and fatiguing. At some point, owners start thinking about exiting their company. Some owners elect to pass ownership down to their adult children. Some stop taking on new clients/patients and simply close their doors. Others seek to sell their company in the marketplace. This column is written for those owners considering selling in the marketplace.

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Exit Planning, Healthcare Sectors
Don't Go It Alone: One Map That Shows Why IDD Owners Need M&A Advisors

The above is a map put together by our team at VERTESS. This map identifies some of the larger intellectual and developmental disability (IDD) competitors in the country, the states in which they do business, and their owner or ownership structure. Every healthcare industry uses this tool. These maps provide valuable insight into the competitive landscape of the respective industries. They are also a way of demonstrating why a healthcare business owner would be wise to partner with a merger and acquisition (M&A) advisor when the owner decides it is time to begin pursuing a sale of the company. Along with business size and service lines, buyers are often categorized by the geographic markets in which they're seeking acquisitions. Advisors should be aware of who is looking for acquisitions where.

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Market Trends

Market Trends
5 Reasons 2021 Will Be a Very Big Year for Healthcare Transactions

Each year typically brings at least some unforeseen developments that influence healthcare transactions. Oftentimes, these occurrences affect a single sector or just a few sectors. Rarely, if ever, is there an unexpected event that touches numerous marketplaces, let alone all of them, and does so in a dramatic way.

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Healthcare Sectors, Market Trends
Human Services Operators: Don't Apologize for Making a Profit

As human services business owners and operators, we should not apologize when our businesses earn a profit. Rather, it's time to stop shielding our staff from the important discussion of budgets and bottom lines. They should have some exposure to the budgeting process and understand the need for a healthy bottom line.

Read More
Healthcare Sectors, Market Trends
The Good, The Bad, and 2020

As 2020 races to a close (or grinds slowly to the bitter end, depending on your viewpoint), the world is ready to turn the calendar page to new a year and, hopefully, a brighter season for all of us. Radical and sudden change is rarely greeted with open arms, and this has been a year of struggle and "new normals" for everyone. The VERTESS team would like to share some closing thoughts on the indelible mark 2020 has left on the healthcare market and what we might look toward in 2021.

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