The importance of healthcare due diligence in healthcare transactions

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Due diligence is a vital step in all types of mergers, acquisitions, and other transactions, including making large investments in a company (collectively referred to in this article as “transactions”). While due diligence is done in various areas (e.g., financial, tax, operations) in most transactions, healthcare transactions require special attention to healthcare regulatory compliance due diligence—which often is where the greatest risks to the buyer may be. Ultimately, buyers and/or merging parties use their healthcare regulatory compliance due diligence to assess risks, inform the purchase price and any reserves, determine the closing conditions, negotiate definitive agreements, and prepare for the integration of the parties post-closing.

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