July 2014

Monthly Archives

  • Healthcare Mergers and Acquisitions Jargon, Part 2

    • “Bandwidth” – buyer has ability to review and evaluate multiple deals • Indemnity – What seller has to provide to stand behind statements represented and warranted in a sale contract • MAC Provision – part of purchase contract that deals with material adverse events before closing • “CHOW” – In healthcare industry, there is […]

  • Healthcare Mergers and Acquisitions Jargon, Part 1

    • Middle-Market – Transactions generally under $1 billion and involve non-publicly-traded companies. • One-Off Deal – Purchase of a single facility or entity, not a multiple entity deal • Portfolio Deal – Multiple facility or service sale • “Deal Has Hair” – a complexities and complications of selling company • ‘’Tuck-in’’ Deal – small niche […]