Health Care Mergers and Acquisitions: How Transactions Involving Not-for-Profits Are Different

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March 06, 2014
by Lisa Cribben, CPA/ABV, ASA, CMA

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Transactions between health care organizations come in all shapes and sizes. When transactions involve a not-for-profit (NFP) organization as either the buyer or seller, which comprised the majority of health care merger activity in 2012 , there are unique valuation differences that must be taken into consideration.
 
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