Luis A. Argueso

Luis Argueso, HealthCare Appraisers


Mr. Argueso is a Partner in HealthCare Appraisers’ Colorado office, where his area of practice involves the appraisal of healthcare businesses and the valuation of healthcare provider compensation relationships.  He has been providing valuation and consulting services since 2008.  Mr. Argueso is a national subject matter expert in the valuation of compensation arrangements between hospitals and medical groups which staff and medically direct hospital-based service lines such as: anesthesiology, emergency, hospitalist, and radiology departments.  He also is a thought leader in the fair market value and commercial reasonableness of telemedicine businesses and service arrangements.  Based on this expertise, Mr. Argueso has provided consulting to clients for improving the efficiency, quality, and compliance of telemedicine and hospital-based service arrangements.

Mr. Argueso’s background in economics has led to experience in consulting work involving the analysis of the economic impact of various healthcare businesses and needs assessments for healthcare professionals and service lines.  In addition, Mr. Argueso has experience in providing litigation support services for healthcare entities.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Argueso worked at a leading investment firm developing projects to improve internal efficiency and database management.  Mr. Argueso holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Princeton University.

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Publications and Presentations



  • Webinar Fair Market Value and Telemedicine Service Arrangements, presentation with Thomas (TJ) Ferrante from Foley & Lardner LLP, May 22, 2018.
  • Presentation Proactive to Reactive: Resources for Improving the Value of Your ASC, presentation with Nicholas J. Janiga, ASA.  Becker’s 16th Annual Future of Spine + The Spine, Orthopedic and Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference, June 14-16, 2018

Practice Areas

Mr. Argueso is involved in all aspects of healthcare valuation analysis, including:

  • Hospital-based specialty collections guarantees and subsidies
  • Telemedicine compensation arrangements involving a variety of models (e.g., hub-and-spoke) and service lines (e.g., eICU, tele-neurology/stroke, tele-psychiatry, and pediatric subspecialties)
  • Medical director/thought leader compensation
  • Compensated call coverage
  • Physician employment and independent contractor agreements
  • Management services arrangements
  • Business valuation of physician practices/clinics, telemedicine companies, ambulatory surgery centers, imaging centers, and hospitals/hospital departments


  • Princeton University, B.A. in Economics