Roger D. Strode

Overpayment

We have posted previously in Healthcare Law Today related to physician private equity transactions, commonly called “recapitalizations.” Most of the discussions have been about the “who,” the “why” and the “how” of these transactions.  What we haven’t yet discussed are the issues that may arise following the closing of one of these transactions.  While the…… Continue reading this entry

orthopedics

The past decade has seen a tremendous amount of private equity investment in physician practice recapitalizations, primarily in hospital-based practices such as anesthesiology and radiology as well as “retail medicine practices” like dermatology and ophthalmology/optometry, to name a few. Orthopedics, on the other hand, has received less attention from investors, but we believe that trend…… Continue reading this entry

orthapedics

The past decade has seen a tremendous amount of private equity investment in physician practice recapitalizations, primarily in hospital-based practices such as anesthesiology and radiology as well as “retail medicine practices” like dermatology and ophthalmology/optometry, to name a few.  Orthopedics, on the other hand, has received less attention from investors for a few reasons. First,…… Continue reading this entry

A tremendous amount of capital has been, and continues to be, dedicated by private equity sponsors, and private equity backed companies, toward the recapitalization of physician practices. Here are seven important high-level considerations that may impact your approach to these transactions: What is a Recapitalization? In the context of a physician practice, “recapitalization” is a…… Continue reading this entry