Health Care Accounting

We understand that patient care is the top priority, and we want to help you focus on your practice.

Recent changes in the health care industry have induced a change in how the industry is accessed, delivered, and financed.

This has created opportunities for healthcare providers to reassess their strategies and find new innovations to help lower cost and increase value. By staying up-to-date with the seemly continuous changes of state and federal laws and regulations, our healthcare specialists are here to help you make proactive and timely financial decisions.

Cornwell Jackson is a healthcare CPA that specializes in a broad range of types of Healthcare Providers, including the following:

  • Clinics/Ambulatory Care Facilities
  • Dental Practices and Dental Supply Companies
  • Medical Research Companies
  • Independent Practice Associations, Physicians, and Physician Groups
  • Nursing and Long-Term Care Facilities
  • Optometrists

Knowledge Base Articles: 

Tips to Simplify Medical Practice Accounting at Small to Mid-sized Practices

After working with a variety of physicians and specialty care groups on back-office functions, we have discovered one universal truth: most physicians prefer serving patients than dealing with accounting. However, staffing, processes and collections are critical to a profitable practice. With more physicians working for small practices or for other physicians than ever before, this whitepaper shares tips for simplifying accounting while also making staffing and processes more efficient to support practice profits and physician productivity.


Invest in These Practice Structures to Thrive in Health Care

Small medical and dental practices are challenged to report positive patient outcomes while also running an efficient practice. Whether their goal is to remain independent or merge into a larger health organization, owners must implement both technological and outsourced solutions to improve the productivity of physicians, enhance cash flow and also report on outcomes.

Recent Blog Articles

Which healthcare technologies can support compliance as well as practice management?

Of course, medical practices are also in business to provide a living for the doctors and staff.  Small practices are especially burdened by administration and compliance reporting. It’s important to look for solutions that streamline data collection, but also methods to automate or outsource analysis and reporting. What we typically see in smaller independent medical … Continue reading Which healthcare technologies can support compliance as well as practice management?

What defines a great patient experience?

Everyone has an opinion on improvements in health care, but not everyone witnesses the day-to-day realities of running a health care practice. Particularly for independent practitioners, the vision is to provide a positive patient experience, comply with the newest outcome-based payment programs and leverage technology to reduce expenses. Although patient care may be their strong … Continue reading What defines a great patient experience?

Minimize FMLA Abuse

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) protects jobs when employees need extended time off because of their own or a family member’s health problems. Who Qualifies for FMLA Leave Employees are eligible for FMLA leave if they worked for a covered employer for at least 12 months and at least 1,250 hours during that … Continue reading Minimize FMLA Abuse

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Contact our Healthcare Specialist

Call us to arrange an appointment at 972-202-8000 or email us using the link below.

Scott Bates, Partner

Scott joined Cornwell Jackson in 2001 and was admitted to the partnership four years later. Currently, he is leading the rapid growth and expansion of the firm’s Go and Grow business services practice, including Go and Grow outsourced accounting, bookkeeping, and payroll services. [/su_column] [su_column class="widget"]

Client Testimonial

“Before Cornwell Jackson joined our team, I was stretched too thin trying to do it all. Now that they focus on running my back office, and I have the bandwidth I need to focus on other projects." Jason Jones, Highland Dental Labs View Our Healthcare Blog   [/su_column]