Valuation Challenges in Physician Compensation Arrangements: Meeting Compliance and Regulatory Requirements
Navigating the Complexities in PSAs, ED Call Coverage, Service Line Co-Management and Shared Savings Arrangements
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will analyze vexing issues in valuation of professional service arrangements/employment deals, emergency department call coverage, and service line co-management arrangements. The panel will address valuation and regulatory concerns that result and offer best practices for overcoming valuation challenges.
- Critical issues in valuation
- PSA/employment deals
- ED call coverage
- Service line co-management arrangements
- Shared savings arrangements
- Regulatory concerns
- Avoiding volume or value
- Tacking arrangements
- Sharing the savings
- Revenue procedure 97-13
- Best practices for overcoming valuation challenges
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the valuation challenges in PSAs? In ED call coverage? Service line co-management arrangements?
- What steps can healthcare advisors take to ensure regulatory compliance when valuing physician compensation?
- What best practices can counsel employ to overcome valuation challenges?
Scott M. Safriet
Mr. Safriet has over 15 years of broad healthcare experience, the last five of which have been spent exclusively... | Read More
Mr. Safriet has over 15 years of broad healthcare experience, the last five of which have been spent exclusively on a healthcare valuation focus, primarily addressing any type of agreement or compensation arrangement which may have Stark and/or Anti-Kickback implications.Close
William H. (Bill) Thompson
Chairman of the Firm
Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman
Mr. Thompson concentrates his practice on financial relationships among an array of health care providers,... | Read More
Mr. Thompson concentrates his practice on financial relationships among an array of health care providers, including hospitals, physicians, health systems, and academic medical centers. He advises on a national basis regarding mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, network integration, population health management, governance and reimbursement issues. He also counsels clients on state and federal health care regulatory matters, including health care reform, fraud and abuse, the Stark Law, antitrust, tax exemption and compliance issues. He serves as Chairman of the Firm after serving as its Managing Partner for ten years.Close