Strategic Financial Planning

Indicators That You May Need a Strategic Financial Plan

 Financial Distress:

  •  Decline in Revenue
  • Debt Repayment Concerns
  • Cash Flow Concerns
  • Delay in Capital Expenditures
  • Delay in Infrastructure Improvements

Is Your Organization:

  • Lacking Key Personnel or Systems
  • Building or Expanding
  • Identifying Areas for Growth
  • Focused on Physician & Staff Recruitment
  • Considering a Merger or Acquisition
  • Benchmarking Performance
  • Prepared with a Five-Year Strategic Financial Plan

Provider Planning Solutions

  • Long-Range, 3-5 Year Financial Planning
  • Annual Operating and Capital Budgeting Preparation and Review
  • Project Financial Feasibility Studies: Capital, New Build, Service Line Optimization, Affiliation, Merger and Acquisition
  •  Cost Accounting Implementation and Review
  • Physician Practice Assessment and Valuation
  • Physician Compensation and Productivity Analysis
  • Certificate of Need Financial Pro Formas
  • Debt Capacity Analysis and Financial Projections
  • Bond Issuance and Refinancing

Financial & Operational Assessment

  • Service Line Profitability Analysis
  • Reimbursement Impact
  • Labor Assumptions Impacting Cost and Productivity
  • Non-Labor Assumptions Impacting Operations
  • Debt Service and Impact to Financial Viability
  • Capital Planning and Analysis
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Greg Gibbs CPA