Practice Management

Factors to Consider When Contemplating Private Equity Investments

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As private equity investments gain traction in ophthalmology, there are several key factors that should be carefully considered prior to any transactions, according to an article published in Ophthalmology Management.

The 5 major things to consider are:

1. Monetizing the value of your practice, usually through up-front cash or rollover equity.

2. Mitigating the risk surrounding a transformative health care landscape, especially as it relates to private medical practice.

3. Relinquishing control over some areas of practice, including infrastructure functions.

4. Investing in strategic initiatives in order to remain competitive in the industry.

5. Obtaining information to ensure the private equity investor is the right fit culturally, strategically, and financially for your practice.

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