BMC Creates Senior Living Consulting Group

Beard Miller Company LLP (bmc), a nationally ranked U.S. Top 40 regional accounting and consulting firm, has announced the creation of its new Senior Living Services Consulting Group. The group, based in our Harrisburg, Pa. office, was formerly a segment of KPMG LLP’s national Advisory practice.

The Senior Living Services Consulting Group will perform operational assessments, clinical consulting, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, compliance, and revenue cycle services to senior living providers nationwide. This group’s function will be complementary to bmc’s existing Long Term Care audit practice and bmc expects that the collaboration of the two groups will continue to grow the firm’s presence in this important industry.

Jeffrey E. Boland joins bmc as a Partner, bringing to the firm over 15 years experience providing a wide variety of healthcare consulting services. His expertise is concentrated in the areas of operational analysis of senior living providers, third-party reimbursement, and regulatory compliance. Boland holds a BS degree in Accounting from Lebanon Valley College and is a certified public accountant, licensed in Pennsylvania.

"The Senior Living Services Consulting Group will greatly enhance bmc's existing healthcare services industry practice by allowing us to offer senior living clients specialized resources customized to their unique requirements," commented Lamar R. Stoltzfus, bmc Chairman. “Combined with our existing expertise, this team will enhance our firm’s presence in this increasingly complex arena. Bmc has a substantial practice group dedicated solely to healthcare clients, and this niche has experienced solid growth in recent years.”

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