The FD Healthcare team is highly skilled in navigating the complex, highly-regulated and ever-evolving U.S. healthcare industry. Demographic shifts, pricing pressure and changing regulatory requirements result in a confusing and competitive landscape. The shift to digital health records has also required massive operational changes and vastly increased the importance of data security.
Our advisors help organizations across the healthcare spectrum with issues such as revenue cycle management, managed care, financial planning, tax compliance, accounting, privacy regulations, data security, R&D tax credits, transaction advisory and more.
Many life sciences and medical device companies are fail to capture the full extent of R&D tax credits to which they are entitled. For example, many companies may be capturing relevant expenses from their R&D cost centers, but not all qualifying R&D activities take place in traditional R&D departments.
If your company operates in the pharmaceutical, biotechnical, agriculture, medical device, or biomedical industries, there is a strong chance that you could benefit from an R&D Tax Credit study. Speak to our engineering experts to help you understand if your activities qualify for the R&D credit.
Here are examples of activities and innovations eligible for R&D tax incentives:
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