Ancillary Health Care Services

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Change: In health care it’s a phenomenon that’s having a profound effect on not just hospitals and physician associations but also providers across the entire spectrum of care. As you navigate new delivery models and evaluate alternatives, are you positioning your organization for future success?

Moss Adams works with a variety of specialty health care organizations. Just as we do for our more than 400 ancillary health care clients, we can help you anticipate your needs and deliver solutions designed to bolster your organization’s underlying financial and operational fundamentals.

Like yours, our business is built on personal relationships. We don’t provide a one-size-fits-all set of services but rather tailor our solutions to fit your organization’s unique needs. Along the way, we provide personal, responsive, partner-level service, giving you open access to our most experienced professionals across accounting and consulting disciplines.

Who We Serve

  • Accountable care organizations
  • Ambulatory surgery centers
  • Behavioral health centers
  • Community health centers
  • Health care–focused private equity firms
  • Imaging centers
  • Laboratories
  • Pharmacies
  • Physical therapy clinics
  • Single-specialty physician clinics
  • Wound centers

Insights


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Health care organizations need to make significant changes to stay current with new lease reporting requirements set out by Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2016-02, Leases. Organizations need to start preparing because the changes go into effect soon. For public companies, standards become effective for fiscal years beginning after December 15, 2018; for all other companies the standards effective for fiscal years beginning after December 15, 2019. Our on-demand webcast covers key information, including the standards’ specific nuances and criteria for health care organizations.

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Learn how changes to the Medicare Shared Savings Program more easily allows health care organizations to transform to a value-based care organization.

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(AHIA New Perspectives) Organizations can achieve operational improvements by consistently monitoring and auditing their revenue integrity program.

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While the 340B Drug Pricing Program provides health care organizations with significant benefits, it also has many noteworthy regulatory and compliance requirements.

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The Treasury and IRS issued new proposed regulations on the application of the 20% QBI deduction, including caveats for the health care industry.

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The California Supreme Court’s Dynamex decision has significant implications for health care organizations that employ independent contractors.

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