The Unique Risks Of Investing In Out-Of-Network Providers

Law360, New York (December 3, 2014, 1:33 PM EST) -- For several years, industry observers have been predicting the demise of out-of-network business models, yet they still survive. For some providers in certain specialties and certain geographies, a predominantly out-of-network business model works well and can be a positive way of setting that provider apart from its peers. But for other providers, such a model poses challenges for sustainability.

If you are thinking about investing in an "out-of-network" provider business, how do you assess the magnitude and probability of the unique risks associated with such a business model for a particular target? It can be difficult. To begin to understand the...

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