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Strategies so you can operate efficiently

Managing the increasingly complex operations of your health care organization requires significant expertise and time, which may affect your ability to focus on providing quality care.

CBIZ provides executives and clinicians with a broad range of tools to enhance your ability to manage key strategic, financial, and information functions. We design accounting, tax, valuation, and advisory services to help you meet the demands of your operating environment. Discover how our multifaceted approach makes it easier for you to focus on what’s most important — your patients.

Solutions for Health Care

  • Accounting & Tax: Receive support for tax return and preparation, Form 5500 preparation, bookkeeping, outsourced or co-sourced accounting, and tax departments and tax consulting.
  • Deal Advisory: Access solutions for physician practice and hospital joint ventures, acquisitions and divestitures, and services to assist complex transactions, from due diligence to post-sale transition support.
  • Health Care Consulting: Tap into solutions that streamline management of compliance, strategic, financial, personnel, and information functions within your organization.
  • Hospital & Health Care System Services: Through our health care practice CBIZ KA Consulting, hospitals and health systems receive assistance with the intricacies of revenue assurance, Medicaid eligibility and compliance.
  • Litigation Support & Expert Testimony: Identify the critical financial and business issues in wrongful death cases, economic damages, post-merger and acquisition disputes, and various tort cases.
  • Risk Advisory: From cost recovery and internal audit consulting to disaster preparedness and cybersecurity, our solutions help you manage the multifaceted risks you face.
  • Valuation: Identify the value of key tangible and intangible assets involved in mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures, physician compensation and property records.

Over the past few months, we have published a number of articles discussing the expected impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on market data sources and the greater physician-hospital employment landscape.

The pandemic may have changed consideration of whether healthcare providers use medical office timeshares.

Since our most recent article, we have been able to validate further the effect of changes over the past year on published market data sources. While none of us have a crystal ball, we used historical data along with our professional experience to predict where the market data may go in the future.