1.0 Administrative CEU - Purchase and sale transactions and collaborative partnerships, in the post-acute care industry continue at an all-time high and may increase when the Supplemental Payment regulations are finalized. Buyers and sellers crunch data, consider past performance and projections, review licensure documents and vendor contracts, and may miss important items that cause a deal to be delayed, crumble, or an entity to close shortly after the sale. This presentation will review the importance of a risk, governance, state and federal reimbursement and tax and financial assessments as part of the due diligence process. In addition, the presentation reviews recent state law changes and OIG guidance raises new issues and opportunities for buyers and sellers.
Attendees will understand the importance and key components of the financial due diligence process.
Attendees will understand multiple financial, reimbursement and tax items that regularly enhance or derail a purchase before closing.
Attendees will understand state law, regulatory changes, licensure changes and OIG guidance on purchases from excluded individuals that impact a transaction.