Hospitals

The Business of Care

The business of health care is changing. Is your hospital prepared for what lies ahead? Whether you’re seeking to comply with new federal requirements or gain efficiency in your revenue cycle, the experienced advisors at Moss Adams offer personal, partner-level attention to help you strengthen your financial operations.

We serve a broad range of clients, from critical-access hospitals with fewer than 25 beds to large and complex integrated health systems with more than 2,000. Many are longtime clients for whom we perform a diverse array of services. They’ve come to rely not just on our ability to provide traditional tax and audit solutions but also on our keen health care insights to help them navigate the industry’s new and emerging challenges.

Our team is recognized nationally for the articles we publish, the webcasts we produce, and the conferences at which we’re invited to speak. We leverage our expertise to deliver timely information to help you make informed decisions regarding the ever-changing dynamics of health care, including:

  • Increased government regulations and compliance
  • Growing demand, in terms of both the number of patients and the quality of care
  • Rising costs and declining reimbursement rates
  • Emerging risks
  • Workforce shortages

Who We Serve

  • Integrated health and hospital systems
  • Rural and critical access hospitals
  • Pediatric hospitals
  • Academic medical centers
  • Independent community hospitals
  • Rehabilitation and long-term acute care facilities
  • Specialty and surgical hospitals

Insights


Alert
A new California Assembly bill clarifies the Dynamex decision, changing how employers classify employees and independent contractors.

Article
Implementing Medicare for All could dramatically alter health care. Understand the potential implications to hospitals, physicians, employers, and payers.

Article
Internal auditors can add value to their organization by employing the tenets of lean health care.

Webcast
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.

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

Alert
Avoid fraud and abuse claims by keeping physician compensation adherent to Stark Law and anti-kickback statue.

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