Selling a Medical Practice
Selling a Medical Practice



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Course Description

This program was recorded on June 25, 2019

The ideal sale of a medical practice requires planning in order to optimize the experience and outcome. These transactions are affected by the type of buyer. Additionally, sellers need to know technical things like whether the same will be an asset or stock sale, what the tax implications are and whether there is a transition arrangement, which most buyers want. If the seller is staying on, they need to know what sort of compensation arrangement will be in place and what sort of post-transaction restrictions (e.g. non-competes) are part of the deal.

Jeffrey L. CohenJeffrey L. Cohen
With over 30 years of targeted healthcare law experience, Mr. Cohen’s background and expertise is in transactional healthcare and corporate matters. He is board certified by the Florida Bar as a specialist in healthcare law, and is the founder of The Florida Healthcare Law Firm, a firm which brings vast experience, knowledge and practical advice to a wide range of healthcare related entities. Prior to founding The Florida Healthcare Law Firm and National Healthcare Law Firm platform, Mr. Cohen was the in-house counsel for the Florida Medical Association and served for thirteen years as a partner in a respected law firm in South Florida. He is equally knowledgeable about contract law, corporate and employment law, and all of the specific laws and compliance regulations that relate to healthcare entities. These regulations include Stark, Anti-Kickback, fraud and abuse and HIPAA. An AV-rated attorney, he has developed a reputation for providing exceptional legal services and ethical counsel.

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  1. Preparation
  2. The buyer
  3. The form of transaction
  4. Tax implications
  5. The process
  6. What’s in the documents
  7. Who prepares the documents
  8. Transition plan
  9. After the transaction