Building Better Businesses in ABA

EP 18: Selling Your ABA Practice with Rachel Boynton

May 17, 2022 Jonathan Season 1 Episode 18
Building Better Businesses in ABA
EP 18: Selling Your ABA Practice with Rachel Boynton
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Selling Your ABA Practice with Rachel Boynton

Rachel is unique as a Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) Adviser: she owned and operated Lifeshare, an IDD services business, for 18 years before joining Vertess. Check out her practical and powerful advice for ABA owners considering a sale. Enjoy kind listener!


Resources:

  • Vertess
  • Brook's Law (throwing more software developers on a late project makes it even more late) 


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LifeShare: Rachel's behavioral health practice and their journey
Hardest moment as an owner of LifeShare and learnings
What is an "M&A Adviser" and how is that different from private equity/financial investors?
How Rachel became an M&A Adviser at Vertess
What’s the most important advice owners should consider when thinking about selling their practices?
What’s it like, as an ABA owner, going through a sale? The Nitty-Gritty and the Ups and Downs?
What are the protections in place for sellers?
EBITDA multiples and valuing an ABA practice
Service diversification
COVID-19 impact on Rachel's work
Learning from most & least successful outcomes in transactions
If Rachel had a magic wand, what would she change about the role of private equity and venture capital in healthcare?
One thing every ABA business owner should START/STOP doing
Hot take questions