Byers joins Katz, Sapper & Miller as director in Healthcare Resources Group
The certified public accounting firm of Katz, Sapper & Miller, LLP (KSM), is pleased to announce the addition of Grant D. Byers as a director in its Healthcare Resources Group.
"We have a strong health care team and adding someone like Grant who has extensive experience with hospitals and health systems allows us to expand the types of clients we serve and the services we offer them," said Michael Heaton, co-partner-in-charge of KSM's Healthcare Resources Group.
Byers will lead the firm's efforts to assist hospitals and multi-provider systems obtain appropriate reimbursement, and provide guidance regarding the implementation of operational and financial systems to improve their financial performance.
With more than 25 years of advising experience, Byers has worked with a wide variety of health care clientele including both established and growing hospital facilities. His experience has given him the opportunity to provide direction to those facilities through such services as Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement, disproportionate share analysis, provider-based analysis, budgeting and strategic rate setting, wage index review, physician integration, and other value-added services for his clients.
About Katz, Sapper & Miller:
Katz, Sapper & Miller is the largest Indianapolis-based accounting firm. In business since 1942, the firm has earned a reputation as a leader in the areas of accounting, audit, tax and consulting services. The firm was named one of the "Best of the Best" accounting firms in the nation by INSIDE Public Accounting magazine and has been recognized by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce as one of the "Best Places to Work in Indiana" for five consecutive years. Katz, Sapper & Miller is an independent member of Nexia International, a leading global organization of independent accounting and consulting firms.
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