Health Care

Critical Access Hospitals

Healthy critical access hospitals grow stronger.

Understanding and managing the financial health of your critical access hospital is vital to remaining a necessary resource for health care in your community. You also need to consistently look for ways to grow the services provided by your hospital. Our team of critical access hospital experts understand the challenges you face. We draw on the successes achieved at critical access hospitals throughout the nation to build solutions targeting your exact needs. The breadth of our team members' expertise allows us to utilize an integrated approach to meet your needs for stability and compliance while always looking for new avenues for growth.

We can support you with a wide range of services, including:

How can you optimize your reimbursement? Have you identified underperforming or out-of-date services and implemented cost-effective solutions? Are you submitting accurate cost reports and responding correctly to denials? We can help. Contact us today and we will answer your questions and begin building solutions to meet your exact needs.

Featured Thought Leader

Jeffrey M. Johnson, CPA

Jeff provides audit, reimbursement and consulting services to a variety of health care organizations. Specifically, he provides strategic and financial solutions to hospitals, medical practices (including Rural Health Clinics and Federally Qualified Health Centers) and other health care providers through the Spokane, WA and Oakland, CA offices. A certified public accountant with more than 20 years of in-depth experience in the field, Jeff is able to offer specialized services to this highly complex and ever-changing industry sector.

Proud Supporter and
Active Participant of:

California Critical Access Hospital Network

Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network

Westfields Hospital
Mary Beth Fitzgerald, RN and Performance Improvement Manager

"Westfields Hospital’s goal was to make strategy a part of everyone’s daily job and to measure that progress was being made toward achieving the strategic objectives of the organization. Though it seemed a lofty goal in the beginning, Wipfli guided us down this path."

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