A timely look at the healthcare valuation process in an era of dynamic healthcare reform, including theory, methodology, and professional standards In light of the dynamic nature of the healthcare industry sector, the analysis supporting business valuation engagements for healthcare enterprises, assets, and services must address the expected economic conditions and events resulting from the four pillars of the healthcare industry: Reimbursement, Regulation, Competition, and Technology. Healthcare Valuation presents specific attributes of each of these enterprises, assets, and services and how research needs and valuation processes differentiate depending on the subject of the appraisal, the environment the property interest exists, and the nature of the practices. Includes theory, methodology, and professional standards as well as requisite research, analytical, and reporting functions in delivering healthcare valuation services Provides useful process tools such as worksheets and checklists, relevant case studies, plus a website that will include comprehensive glossaries and topical bibliographies Read Healthcare Valuation for a comprehensive treatise of valuation issues in the healthcare field including trends of compensation and reimbursement, technology and intellectual property, and newly emerging healthcare entities.services andprocedures; (2) the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT), for physician proceduresin both inpatient and outpatient settings; ... There are two HCPCS levels: Level Icodes are referred to as Current Procedural Terminology ( CPT) codes, and Level II codes are ... Green and JoAnn C.Rowell (Clifton, NY: Delmar Cengage Learning, 2008), p.191. ... (5) pathology and laboratory; and (6) medicine, excluding anesthesiology.27 E/M codes are usedto classify patient visits whereanbsp;...
|Title||:||Healthcare Valuation, The Financial Appraisal of Enterprises, Assets, and Services|
|Author||:||Robert James Cimasi|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2014-03-24|