Arnett Carbis Toothman announced July 1, 2016, the election of Brandon W. Harlan, CPA as Firm Partner.
Harlan is based in the Firm’s New Castle, Pennsylvania location and he has been with the Firm since 2005. The firm now boasts 31 partners.
Harlan is a key member of the Firm’s Health Care Services Team. His focus has been on providing audit and consulting services to the Firm’s health care clients, as well as other specialized services. His experience includes financial statement audits, review, and compilations of nursing homes, hospitals, home health agencies, hospice agencies, and rehabilitation facilities; preparation and analysis of Medicare and Medicaid cost reports; Medicare and Medicaid audit analyses; Medicare bad debt audits; benchmarking and financial operational reviews; accounts receivable and revenue enhancement reviews; compliance services relating to billing / collection functions; nursing home bed assessment analysis; budget preparation and assistance; resident day reporting analysis; Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement rate analyses; strategic planning; and general consulting and accounting services. Harlan regularly makes presentations to boards of directors and professional groups and conducts speaking engagements relative to health care finance for state health care associations and state CPA societies.
He is involved in numerous industry organizations, including: the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), LeadingAge PA – An Association of Pennsylvania Not-for-profit Senior Services (formerly panpha), and others.
Harlan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a major in Accounting from Geneva College.
“Brandon will be a key addition to our team of partners,” commented Arnett Carbis Toothman CEO Steven Robey. “He brings a fresh perspective and keen insight to the partner group, both of which will help sharpen the Firm’s focus on expanded services and future growth.”