Senior services providers and executives have begun reflecting on the past two years of the pandemic, assessing their continuing challenges and planning for the future. Among the many challenges facing senior services providers as a result of COVID-19 are occupancy challenges, staffing shortages, and supply chain issues. On the positive side, there have been several government programs that have provided funding to assist providers in meeting the challenges caused by the pandemic. Senior services providers are creating innovative strategic scenario planning strategies that will help them prepare for potential business disruptions in the future, and are also evaluating other strategic opportunities, including mergers, acquisitions, partnerships, etc. to better position their organizations for the future.
Arnett Carbis Toothman recently combined with Baker Tilly, joining our two robust healthcare teams. Listen to this informative Healthy Outcomes podcast episode featuring partner Mark Ross and principal Ed Klik as they share their combined insight into the senior services sector. Key takeaways from the discussion include:
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Mark Ross, CPA, Partner – healthcare provider practice leader, Baker Tilly
Mark Ross is a partner at Baker Tilly and is the leader of the healthcare provider practice group. He leads a team of professionals who provide audit, tax and consulting services to the firm’s healthcare clients. He has been with Baker Tilly since 1991.
Ed Klik, Principal – healthcare, Baker Tilly
Ed Klik is a principal with Baker Tilly’s healthcare team. He has more than 20 years of experience specializing in healthcare clients, including continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs), nursing homes, assisted living facilities, hospitals, home health care agencies, hospice agencies, physician practices and rehabilitation facilities. Ed recently joined Baker Tilly from Arnett Carbis Toothman.