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Expanding Supply of Urgent Care Centers Create FMV Considerations

Expanding Supply of Urgent Care Centers Create FMV Considerations

Accelerated Facility Count Growth Illustrates Relative Low Barriers to Entry

Urgent care operators (especially those well capitalized by private equity funds) have invested a record amount of capital to open new (de novo) sites in 2022. This influx of new supply represents the industry’s…

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Contract Labor Cost Increases Potentially Leading to Valuation Revisions

Increased Contract Labor Costs May Lead to Valuation Revisions

Assessing the Durability and Longevity of Contract Labor Cost Increases

The pandemic has placed enormous strain on the nation’s health care workforce. Labor costs account for more than half of the typical hospital’s total expenses. Even a slight increase in labor costs can have a significant…

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Weaver Insights: Health Care Valuation 2021 Year in Review

Weaver Insights: Health Care Valuation 2021 Year in Review

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. Download Weaver Insights: Health Care Valuation, 2021 Year in Review now.

The pandemic, inflation, staff shortages and an aging population: What were the…

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ASC Partnerships Face Succession Challenges

ASC Partnerships Face Succession Challenges

Increased Hospital Employment and Accelerated Retirements Result in Shortage of Replacement Physician Investors along with Valuation Impacts

In the years leading up to the pandemic, many ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) were already facing a chronic long-term issue: how to replace an aging…

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Navigating Urgent Care Valuations in Unusual Times

Navigating Urgent Care Valuations in Unusual Times

Recent Urgent Care Volume Surge Supports Elevated Patient Volume Forecasts

The urgent care industry has been experiencing accelerated patient visit volume into 2021, continuing trends started in 2020. Factors contributing to this surge include return visits from 2020 first-time users who are…

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Managed Care Companies Predicting the “Worst of Two Worlds”

Managed Care Companies Predicting the “Worst of Two Worlds”

Incorporating MCO Utilization Estimates into Provider Valuations

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…

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