Healthcare is a complex industry – a balancing act of competing interests and incentives. Baker Tilly helps make the balancing act a little easier.

Healthcare organizations face myriad issues – including new reimbursement platforms that connect quality metrics to payment levels, compliance with complex federal and state regulations, increased patient demands balanced with managing costs, and providing high quality healthcare services.

Premier financial modeling, big data analysis, and information technology transformation offerings, all of which focus on implementation of strategic and operational solutions to your specific issues, can provide the support you need to effectively manage these challenges. Our audit, tax, reimbursement, and healthcare consulting professionals can help you navigate the future and assist in customizing a plan that addresses your unique business needs and helps to keep your business moving forward.

Whether you are a healthcare provider, managed-care health plan, or a life sciences and biotechnology company, our team can provide you with valuable ideas and strategic insights that can enhance your organization’s effectiveness and outlook.

In addition to our audit and tax services, our healthcare advisory services include the following: 

Healthcare delivery audience:

We represent a very diverse group of healthcare entities that influence the entire healthcare continuum, including:

  • Community-based hospitals and multistate healthcare systems
  • Affordable housing projects for the elderly and disabled
  • Continuing-care retirement communities
  • Physician and dental practices
  • Federally qualified health centers
  • Skilled nursing and assisted living facilities
  • Home health and hospice providers
  • Behavioral health providers
The new normal is here…are you ready to embrace risk contracting?

The new normal is here…are you ready to embrace risk contracting?

From acute care in a hospital to sub-acute care in a facility to care provided in the home, the fee-for-service model is starting to fade. Profit margins will be squeezed, hospitals will be responsible for patients not in the hospital, incentives will reward better performance, and disincentives will penalize providers who are not efficient and quality-driven.

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How to know if you’re ready for ICD-10

How to know if you’re ready for ICD-10

According to Medicare, a valid ICD-10 code must be used on all claims as of October 1, 2015, or a provider will not be able to bill for that service. Is your organization prepared?

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Our Take

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"Managing a healthcare entity in today’s environment is a challenging task. Both acute care and post-acute care providers need to be highly focused on a number of issues, including providing the best in patient care, balancing third-party payor reimbursement pressures, understanding and anticipating community needs, and managing costs effectively."

— Mark J. Ross National Firm Leader – Healthcare Practice, CPA