Advising Healthcare & Other Business Clients in the Covid-19 Era
The COVID-19 Pandemic is the most significant economic event since the Great Depression – despite September 11 and the Great Recession preceding it in most of our lifetimes. Using statistics, data from leading medical journals, and critical data on the actual geographic distribution of COVID-19 cases in the United States and abroad, this program provides the participant with key insights so they can interpret their local market conditions and advise their clients.
- First, ALL HEALTHCARE IS LOCAL
- Second, it is necessary to understand where it was BEFORE Covid-19 – in terms of resource allocation, capacity, focus, expectations.
- Third, one must understand what the crisis revealed about the allocation of resources to hospitals, federal, state and local stockpiles, etc.
- Fourth, one needs to consider where future spending will be directed and
- Fifth, that future spending will drive cashflow
- And remember, THE PLURAL OF ANECDOTE IS NOT DATA.
Mark O. Dietrich is a summa cum laude, Beta Gamma Sigma graduate of Boston University, where he also earned an MBA with high honors. He holds a Master in Taxation degree from Bentley College as well.
A prolific writer, Mark is Editor and Contributing Author to the Business Valuation Resources/American Health Lawyers’ Association Guide to Healthcare Finance and Valuation 4th Edition, Editor and Principal Author of Business Valuation Resources Guide to Physician Practice Valuation 3rd Edition; and co-editor and contributing author to the Business Valuation Resources/ American Health Lawyers’ Association Guide to Valuing Physician Compensation and Healthcare Service Arrangements 2nd Edition and co-author with Gregory Anderson, CPA/ABV, of The Financial Professional’s Guide to Healthcare Reform. Mark is also the author of the Medical Practice Valuation Guidebook and co-author of Thomsen-PPC’s Guide to Healthcare Consulting along with more than 100 articles on valuation, taxation, managed care, and the healthcare regulatory environment.
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