New Book:  Affiliation Options for Physicians: Current and Future Strategies

 

By Max Reiboldt, CPA
August 3, 2020

In this new book, Max Reiboldt, CPA, and his team at Coker Group, equip physicians, physician leaders, health system administrators and private investors with an abundance of knowledge and effective strategies for making sound decisions based on the current and future environment of healthcare practice and delivery.

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The number of available affiliation options can be nearly as daunting and confusing as the uncertainty surrounding which model is the best fit for any organization. Choosing the correct model is best achieved through foundational knowledge – and with an eye on what you can expect the future of healthcare to bring.


In this new book, Max Reiboldt, CPA, and his team at Coker Group, equip physicians, physician leaders, health system administrators and private investors with an abundance of knowledge and effective strategies for making sound decisions based on the current and future environment of healthcare practice and delivery.


Reiboldt and team presents those myriad possibilities in an organized and easy-to-digest format that explores the “what” and “how-to” applications of each option, and by providing an historical review of various physician affiliation transactions over the past 20 years, including:

  • Physician to physician.
  • Private group to private group.
  • Private group to hospital-health systems.
  • Private group to private equity/outside investors, and more.


Using history as a basis, Reiboldt and his team of experts explain how the past has shaped the current state of affiliation models and associated transactions. As a user-friendly resource for those weighing their affiliation options, Reiboldt also explains professional services agreements, joint equity opportunities, private equity transactions, clinical co-management alignment, clinically integrated networks and value-based reimbursement structures, legal and regulatory compliance considerations, capital procurement options, the role of IT, and the mechanics of putting together and closing the deal.

 

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As president and CEO of Coker Group, Max Reiboldt, CPA, and his capable team have first-hand experience in the ongoing changes of healthcare providers, which uniquely equips them to handle strategic, tactical, financial and management issues that health systems and physicians face in today’s evolving marketplace.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Chapter 1: Overview of Physician Affiliation Options—50 Years of History
  • Chapter 2: Evolution of Economics of Physician Affiliation Models
  • Chapter 3: Reasons for Affiliation
  • Chapter 4: Summary of Current Models
  • Chapter 5: Physician Employment
  • Chapter 6: Professional Services Agreements
  • Chapter 7: Joint Equity Ventures
  • Chapter 8: Private Equity Model for Hospital/Physician Transactions
  • Chapter 9: Private Equity-Like Transactions
  • Chapter 10: Clinical Co-Management
  • Chapter 11: Limited Affiliation Structures
  • Chapter 12: Clinically Integrated Networks and Value-based Reimbursement
    Affiliation Models
  • Chapter 13: Group Mergers
  • Chapter 14: Information Technology Due Diligence in Mergers
  • Chapter 15: Legal and Regulatory Considerations
  • Chapter 16: Options for Capital Procurement
  • Chapter 17: Transaction Mechanics and Key Steps of the Deal Process
  • Chapter 18: What Lies Ahead?
  • Chapter 19: Post Covid-19 Transactions


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