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Health Care Industry Series

This webcast series consists of nine live sessions that bring together industry experts to update you on the latest developments in health care. Sessions will cover accounting, valuation, compliance, legislative, and auditing hot topics and guidance.

$399 - $565
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NASBA Field of Study




CPE Credits



Daron Tarlton, Scott Lieberenz, Robert Flannery, Dennis Dahlen, Jonathan Rue, Misty Brown, Jody Love, Kimberly McKay, Dawn Stark, Brian Conner, Martha Garner, Deborah Beams, Jeff Mechanick, Brian D. Rye, Rachel Cohrs, David Stephan, Kevin Holloran, Mary Foelster




3 months

Learning Outcomes
  • Determine the effect of COVID-19 on the health care industry
  • Apply accounting guidance discussed in the session to your health care clients.
  • Identify which federal audit requirements apply to your clients.
  • Identify updates to operations and strategies, and implement changes to processes due to changes from COVID-19 and CARES Act.
Key Topics
  • Impact of COVID-19 on health care
  • Latest information on single audits and health care entities
  • Hot topics in health care compliance
  • Updates to accounting and auditing related matters
  • Legislative update
Product Details

Developments, Guidance & Best Practices

As we all know, COVID-19 turned the health care industry upside down and inside out. The CARES Act added complexity to an already confusing time.

This webcast series will provide CPAs, CFOs, controllers, accountants, and auditors who work in the health care industry, the latest information and guidance from leading experts.

You will walk away with best practices, learn how others are working through this difficult time, and guidance on accounting and auditing updates impacting the health care industry. These webcasts offer an overview of many areas within health care, providing a customized view of the industry.

Included in this series:

  • Health Care Industry: Impact of COVID-19
  • Health Care Industry: Legislative Update
  • Health Care Accounting (Part 1): FASB and GASB Updates
  • Health Care Accounting (Part 2): CARES Act and General Updates
  • Health Care Auditing: CARES Act Update
  • Health Care Entities: Federal Audit Requirements
  • Health Care: Compliance and Hot Topics Update
  • Health Care: CFO Panel
  • Health Care: Valuation of PE Investments – Ten Tips and Best Practices

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Who Will Benefit
  • CPAs and accountants who audit health care entities
  • CFOs, controllers & accountants who work in the health care industry
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AICPA Members
FVS Section Members
NFP Section Members
PFP Section Members
Tax Section Members
CGMA Designation Holders

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Credit Info
CPE Credits
NASBA Field of Study
Basic health care accounting and auditing experience.
This is a live event. You will have access on the date/time of broadcast and the archive for 3 months after the broadcast date.
9.5 hrs
Daron Tarlton
Daron Tarlton is an assurance partner in Tampa, Florida where he serves as the Professional Practice Partner of DHG Healthcare, the national healthcare practice of Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP. Daron is also the firm’s primary governmental industry professional practice resource and is on the leadership team for DHG’s national Nonprofit, Education, and Government industry practice. Daron previously served a two-year rotation through the DHG Professional Standards Group in the firm’s national office in Charlotte, North Carolina. Daron’s client service responsibilities include providing assurance and advisory services to healthcare providers throughout the country. Daron’s client portfolio has spanned the spectrum from large nonprofit health systems to local governmental community hospitals to for-profit ambulatory providers and physician enterprises, including private equity backed portfolio companies. He also serves a wide array of community nonprofit and charitable organizations, and at a prior firm focused on municipal and county governments. Daron has extensive experience performing audits in accordance with the Uniform Guidance and Government Auditing Standards. In his professional practice roles, Daron is a consultative resource for assurance and advisory teams across the firm on technical and complex accounting and assurance matters, firm risk management, and emerging industry issues. He is routinely involved in the development of assurance methodologies, quality control protocols, technical educational programs, and annual firm internal inspections for the national healthcare, nonprofit, and government industry practice units. Daron is actively involved with the AICPA Healthcare Expert Panel as an interested party and is the firm’s liaison to the AICPA Government Audit Quality Center. He is a frequent presenter on emerging accounting, auditing, and financial reporting topics.
Scott Lieberenz
Robert Flannery
Dennis Dahlen
Jonathan Rue
Misty Brown
Jody Love
Kimberly McKay
Dawn Stark
Brian Conner
Martha Garner
Deborah Beams
Jeff Mechanick
Brian D. Rye
Brian Rye is the Senior Health-Care Policy Analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, a dynamic platform for in-depth and independent research available on the Bloomberg professional service at BI. At BI, Mr. Rye analyzes the impact of U.S. legislation and regulation on the health-care sector. He brings with him 12 years of experience as an equity research analyst at SunTrust, Raymond James and Janney Montgomery Scott, where he followed biotech, pharmaceutical and other health-care companies. Mr. Rye also previously served as a senior business management analyst for Booz Allen Hamilton's civil health group. He received a bachelor's degree in economics from Vanderbilt University and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
Rachel Cohrs
Rachel Cohrs covers health policy and politics for Modern Healthcare in Washington, D.C. She previously wrote about prescription drug pricing policy for Inside Washington Publishers. She also worked for The Dallas Morning News, the Austin American-Statesman and the Sacramento Bee. Her work also appeared in The Atlantic and other outlets. Rachel has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Southern California.
David Stephan
Kevin Holloran
Kevin Holloran is a Senior Director and the Sector Leader of the Not-for-Profit Healthcare Group in the Public Finance Department at Fitch Ratings. Kevin joined Fitch Ratings in April of 2017. With 20 years of experience in the healthcare sector, Kevin follows a portfolio of high-profile acute care health care credits across the country, and is a frequent commentary author and guest speaker. Before joining Fitch Ratings in April of 2017, Kevin spent 14 years at S&P Global Ratings (Standard & Poor’s) as both the Analytical Manager and Sector Leader for the US Not For Profit Healthcare Group. Prior to his work at Standard & Poor’s, Kevin spent almost 7 years in healthcare consulting at Ernst & Young, LLP and Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, focusing on post-merger integration projects within the health care space. Kevin holds Masters of Health Services Administration from the University of Michigan and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Notre Dame.
Mary Foelster

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Health Care Industry Series
This webcast includes nine sessions. Select from the following options:
Starts Nov 30, 2020
6pm8:30pm GMT
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