Home Health Care & Hospice: Buying, Selling and Valuing

Recorded Thursday, March 21, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. (Eastern)

With the continuing effort to reduce hospital inpatient services in order to cut health-care costs—plus the burgeoning number of senior citizens that we can expect over the next several decades and their desire to remain in their own homes as long or as much as possible—the need for home care and hospice services has never been greater.

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DATE: Recorded Thursday, March 21, 2013
TIME: Whenever it's convenient for you. A recording will be made available in your membership account.
PLACE: Anywhere you can connect online
COST: Buy now for $193! Note: If you are a subscriber to our M&A webcast series you are eligible for this webcast.
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BUY TODAY and learn about the Home Health Care & Hospice sector from our panel of leading industry experts — without ever having to leave your desk:

What drives this market?
Where and when should you buy or sell?
Who’s buying what?
What influences the valuation of home health-care and hospices businesses?
PLUS...your chance to ask our panel of experts any questions about home health care & hospice: buying, selling and valuing.



Panel of Experts:

Leslie Levinson
Les Levinson is a partner in our New York office and co-chair of the firm's Transactional Health Law Group. He is a member of both the Health Law and Business Transaction Groups. He has represented private and public businesses throughout his more than 30-year career. Although he maintains an active business law practice, he concentrates on the transactional, regulatory, and compliance representation of health care and life science clients, Read More
Partner, Robinson & Cole LLP
Dexter Braff
Dexter has more than 20 years of experience in health care mergers and acquisitions. Prior to forming The Braff Group, he was an associate and senior appraiser with Telesis Mergers & Acquisitions. He also served as regional Director of Finance for Foster Medical Corporation. Dexter has written numerous feature articles on merger and acquisitions and finance and has authored the chapter on Home Health Care Valuation in the Handbook of Read More
President, The Braff Group
Burk Lindsey is a Managing Director in the Health Care Investment Banking Group of Raymond James & Associates and one of the firm’s lead health care services bankers.  Mr. Lindsey has responsibility for the Firm’s efforts in the post-acute health care arena (encompassing the home health, hospice, skilled nursing, rehabilitation, and long-term acute care hospital sectors) as well as for the behavioral health and distribution Read More
Managing Director, Health Care Investment Banking, Raymond James
Gary Massey
Gary Massey is a partner with CliftonLarsonAllen, developing strategies for implementation of health care reform focusing on home and community based providers (HCBP). HCBP are Thirdage services including Medicare home health, Hospice, Medicaid waiver programs and private/self pay services. Gary has nearly 35 years of experience working with acute care, long-term care facilities and home care providers. He brings a broad base of knowledge and Read More
Partner - Home Care & Hospice, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
Danny currently serves as the President of Cornerstone Healthcare, Inc., a subsidiary of The Ensign Group, Inc., that operates home health and hospice businesses throughout the western United States. Danny previously worked as the Assistant Secretary and Deputy General Counsel for The Ensign Group, Inc. from 2007-2010. Over the course of his career Danny has been heavily involved in negotiating, valuing and successfully closing more than 100 Read More
President & CEO, Cornerstone Healthcare, Inc.