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As the demand for contract and travel registered nurses has grown, so have the related costs. What is the impact on health care valuations?
Estimates of future outpatient surgery migration indicate that ASC industry revenue and profits will increase significantly. Find out why.
An employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) is a tax-advantaged way to sell a business to the employees of a company. An ESOP allows the employees of a company to be the beneficial (not legal) owners of a company’s equity. 
In today’s turbulent marketplace, fluctuating valuations can create challenges for those involved in M&A activity in the energy industry. Many factors may affect energy operations from oil prices, to new technology, to heightened regulation and so forth. For these reasons and more, it is essential to enhance your understanding of how these factors impact your value.
Written for Trust & Estates, Weaver’s Will Frazier discusses the results of the Fifth Circuit opinion in Nelson v Commissioner.
Get ahead of the curve by looking back at emerging trends in 2021 that are likely to impact health care valuation in 2022 and beyond.
Read about some of the impacts of increased hospital employment and accelerated retirements resulting in shortages of replacement physician investors.
Published in, Weaver’s Managing Director in Valuation Services, William Frazier, ASA, provides insight on the continuation of the family limited partnership (FLP) valuation discount. 
Tyler Ridley joined this episode of Weaver: Beyond the Numbers podcast with Weaver hosts Howard Altshuler and Rob Nowak to discuss the rebound and current financial state of the biopharma and med tech industries.
The urgent care industry has been experiencing accelerated patient visit volume into 2021, continuing trends started in 2020.
Many business valuations begin with calculating a multiple of EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization). In health care, however, valuators should deliberate just when and how to apply general valuation EBITDA transaction multiples for fair market value opinions.
Commentary from publicly traded Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) regarding their insurance spend expectations can be an excellent source of macroeconomic data for health care valuation professionals when projecting performance for provider entities.
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