- American Shared Hospital Services (AMS) trades at a discount to its intrinsic value and closest peers due to concerns over a cut in the Medicare reimbursement rate and a high debt load. The current valuation overcompensates for the former (especially given recent positive developments) and ignores the growing cash flow to reduce the risk of the latter.
- Moreover, superior technology solutions continue to drive increasing patient and medical center demand, which should translate into accelerating growth and greater revenue visibility for the foreseeable future.
- Furthermore, a minority investment in a promising, privately-held medical device company may be carried on the balance sheet at a significant discount to market value and provides access to revolutionary technology, which
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