Mark O. Dietrich is a summa cum laude, Beta Gamma Sigma graduate of Boston University where he also earned an MBA with high honors; he holds a Master in Taxation degree from Bentley College as well.
A prolific writer, Mark is Editor and Contributing Author to the Business Valuation Resources/American Health Lawyers’ Association Guide to Healthcare Finance and Valuation 4th Edition (June 2016 release), Editor and Principal Author of Business Valuation Resources Guide to Physician Practice Valuation 3rd Edition; and co-editor and contributing author to the American Business Valuation Resources/Health Lawyers’ Association Guide to Healthcare Industry Compensation and Valuation 2nd Edition (Winter 2016 release) and co-author with Gregory Anderson, CPA/ABV, of The Financial Professional’s Guide to Healthcare Reform. Mark is also author of the Medical Practice Valuation Guidebook and co-author of Thomsen-PPC’s Guide to Healthcare Consulting along with more than 100 articles on valuation, taxation, managed care and the healthcare regulatory environment.
Mark’s career experience includes serving as partner-in-charge of the annual audit of an 80 physician tax-exempt faculty group practice affiliated with a major teaching hospital, representation of tax exempt and taxable entities in Internal Revenue Service field audits, participation in the development of a 250 physician network and negotiation of managed care and Medicare Advantage contracts, and more than 400 valuation and litigation support engagements in the healthcare industry. Mark has an in-depth knowledge of the healthcare payment and regulatory environment, including such arcane matters as physician billing codes and the impact of local market provider payment rates on fair market value compensation.
A regular speaker at state and national conferences on healthcare reform, valuation and other topics, Mark also lectured in the United Kingdom in 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2014 on Managed Care, Healthcare Valuation and on Valuation of Medical Practices to Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs. He served as Chairperson of the American Institute of CPA’s (AICPA) National Healthcare Industry Conference for 2012 and 2013, chaired the AICPA Virtual Conference on the Affordable Care Act in January 2014 and the National Healthcare Industry Conference Affordable Care Act section in 2014.