The beginning of the year is a time to plan out projects, start new systems, and perhaps take a moment for reflection on what you want the new year to hold. If you are thinking, “I want to sell my dental practice this year,” there are steps that you can take now to
You’ve likely heard the term practice valuation, perhaps from a fellow doctor, or slung around online but do you know how Transitions Brokers arrive at the listing price for dental practice or medical practice?
As you begin to explore selling your practice, you may have heard that you need a certified valuation. You may have also heard the term appraisal, broker’s opinion of value, or valuation. If you’re a doctor interested in buying or selling a practice and believe that you need a certified valuation from a CPA, read
When dentists are looking to sell a dental practice to a Dental Service Organization (DSO), one of the most important terms they need to understand is their EBITDA. What is EBITDA? EBITDA stands for Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization. It is a measure of profitability and is similar to net cash flow. It
Crown Dental was founded by Dr. Emily Lee in 2005. She worked relentlessly to make it one of Houston’s most well-known offices. After years of hard work, the practice had grown to nine locations, and Dr. Lee realized she wanted to take Crown Dental to the next level and provide more services to her patients.
As a medical entrepreneur, investing in real estate for your office is likely to be the most crucial decision you’ll make during your career. After years of balancing school and life decisions, making another enormous investment in yourself is a huge accomplishment that also comes with a lot of stress.
Taylor shares stories from entrepreneurship and insight on the medical transitions industry.