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Episode 51: Private Equity Deals: Forming a Management Services Organization

  • November 21, 2019

Max Reiboldt joins Mark to discuss private equity deals for healthcare entities and how management services organizations create value. Max and Mark consider how the management services organization is valued, how the sale proceeds are distributed, and the different scenarios for determining and allocating the management fee.


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Episode Synopsis

Private equity deals are a popular topic in the healthcare industry today. Many healthcare organizations are looking seriously at private equity options as an alternative to more traditional forms of hospital alignment or employment. Throughout 2019, many healthcare entities have seen success with the private equity option, and it seems like a good time for healthcare organizations to consider private equity alternatives.

Max and Mark discuss the various facets of private equity options, specifically about management services organizations.


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  • Max Reiboldt, CPA

    Max Reiboldt, CPA


  • Mark Reiboldt

    Mark Reiboldt

    Executive Vice President


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