PYA made significant contributions to the recently released “BVR/AHLA Guide to Valuing Physician Compensation and Healthcare Service Arrangements,” which serves as the definitive guide for healthcare organizations seeking to understand valuation and new methodologies in an era of value-based care.
PYA is pleased to have contributed to the recently released “BVR/AHLA Guide to Valuing Physician Compensation and Healthcare Service Arrangements,” a comprehensive valuation resource for healthcare organizations.
PYA’s team of valuation experts authored, and contributed to, numerous chapters of this two-volume, 1400-page publication for appraisers, attorneys, and healthcare administrators involved in healthcare valuation. The guide provides insights on fair market value and commercial reasonableness related to healthcare transactions for physician services, including current topics such as valuing telemedicine and alternative payment models, among others.
PYA Principal Carol Carden, one of the authors, said, “Our contributions to the publication, particularly in the areas of fair market value and commercial reasonableness, highlight PYA’s depth of industry experience and expertise, as well as our willingness and desire to adapt to changing methodologies, regulations, and trends.”
Lyle Oelrich, also a PYA principal and contributor added, “We are pleased to take a thought leadership role in helping to educate the industry regarding compensation valuation. With our insights and those from others across the country, this guide is a valuable resource for individuals who seek compliance with the myriad of regulations that govern physician compensation and service arrangements.”
PYA’s comprehensive Valuation Services include business valuation, machinery and equipment valuation, and compensation valuation to help comply with Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute, as well as other regulations governing transactions in the healthcare industry.