Critical Access Hospitals

INSPIRED TO ACHIEVE A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

More certainty during change can mean better care for your community.

More certainty during change can mean better care for your community.

Your passion is serving the needs of your community. To do that, you need to take care of patients, drive results and plan for a strong future all with limited resources. The right insights and expertise can empower you to meet your challenges and continue the crucial role you play in your community.

 

Eide Bailly’s been working with CAHs since the beginning, and our diverse team can help you with your finances, cost reports and more to create a strategic path for a stable, sustainable future. We offer unparalleled leadership and expertise along the way, too. But that’s not all; we’re also dedicated to training, sponsorships and policy-making.

Critical Access Hospital Webinar Series

Held annually for the last nine years, attendees continually confirm that the information is relevant and a value-added use of time. Built for critical access hospitals by experts in their fields, these sessions are held live over two months with access to on-demand recordings.

Join us for quality education and the opportunity to receive continuing education credits.

Latest Insights

November 5, 2018
Article
Identify your implementation methodology. There are four practical expedients available. We'll explore each option.
October 26, 2018
Article
Why third-party payor arrangements and contracts should be reviewed to determine potential or known retroactive settlements.
October 19, 2018
Article
While the focus of your practice will always be providing exceptional care for your patients, there is no way to get around the demands of running the business of the practice.
September 18, 2018
Tool
Get ahead of tax season with the Eide Bailly Tax Planning Guide. A supplemental strategy guide to help guide year-end and make the tax laws work for you.
August 1, 2018
Article
Identify and track revenue streams to determine the potential for differences in implicit price concessions versus credit losses (bad debt expense).
May 25, 2018
Article
While revenue recognition implementation guidance under FASB is still being finalized, a significant portion of health care industry information is now available.

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Ralph J. Llewellyn
Ralph J. Llewellyn
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