Valuaion in healthcare industry

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    Fathurrahman Latama

    Every doctor may have their profitable years, where they have been established and examine lots of patients. But it would not be the same in the following years, perhaps in the age of 55 or 60, they may no longer be capable to do operations, which are the main revenue generator in the healthcare industry. In my opinion, there is uncertainty in the projected growth/loss of the clinics, where usually (in Indonesia) the patients look for a certain doctor, not the institution. How can one value such case?


    Cheryl Taylor

    Each case has to be valued singularly and the assumption that perhaps age 55 or 60 could be a key factor to loss of profitability is ageism and certainly not a well thought out theory. For sure in the U.S. that is not the case. There are many factors that impact profits and age should not be considered as a leading factor.

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