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“Valuation firms can play a key role in healthcare innovation by helping organizations find solutions to alignment strategies that often have significant regulatory compliance considerations under the Stark Law and Anti-kickback statute,” said Jason Ruchaber, Root Valuation founder and managing partner.
“Regrettably, many well-established healthcare valuation firms have fallen victim to the same echo-chamber trap plaguing the industry as a whole. I founded Root Valuation with the notion that a valuation firm should be different.
“As the industry evolves, we must adapt our valuation model inputs, assumptions, and methods so that our opinions of value remain meaningful. As a member of Catalyst HTI, I have a front-row seat to the disruptive innovation happening in our industry and can use these observations to better serve my clients.”
“Jason strongly believes in providing a hands-on, consultative approach to valuation,” said Brandon Lott, Catalyst’s director of business development. “He prides himself on helping clients find solutions to complex valuation assignments, but is not afraid to stand firm if he believes a deal will put a client at risk.
“This approach resonates with clients and really sets Root Valuation apart from other valuation firms.”
With over two decades of valuation experience, and leadership roles in several healthcare advisory firms, Ruchaber has developed a national practice with a client roster including leading health systems, health law firms, life sciences companies, and professional healthcare management organizations.
“Root Valuation brings a unique perspective on how the healthcare transformation efforts happening at Catalyst HTI can be measured in economic terms,” said Mike Biselli, Catalyst founder.
“This thought leadership benefits all members of our ecosystem, from the start-ups to the well-established healthcare organizations.”
Catalyst HTI is a 180,000 square-foot industry integrator designed to bring health-tech startups and established health care entities together under one roof. The building covers an entire block, located on the west side of Brighton Blvd. between 35th and 36th Streets.