Reed Tinsley, CPA is a nationally recognized, healthcare accountant and business advisor to physicians and medical practices. Based in Houston, Texas, Reed leads the healthcare accounting industry delivering expert financial advice to physicians, medical groups, and other healthcare entities regarding managed care contracting, operational management, strategic planning, revenue growth strategies and physician litigation support.
Reed is a sought-after author and speaker with 25 years of expert hands-on, healthcare consulting experience. He has authored dozens of healthcare finance articles and books and is a chosen speaker among prominent national healthcare groups and associations.
Committed to addressing the needs of each of his clients, Reed takes great pride in his hand-on approach, effective response time and measurable results. Areas of expertise and service include:
- Expert Physician CPA Counselor/Advisor
- Top Healthcare Accounting Speaker, Author
- Medical Practice Revenue Building
- Medical Practice Tax/Accounting
- Medical Practice Valuations
- Managed Care Contract Negotiations
- Medical Practice Merger Advisor
- Physician Litigation Support
- Physician Compensation Strategies
- Financing Structure and Acquisition
- Medical Practice Strategic Planning
- Physician Personal Financial Planning
Reed is a member of several leading healthcare accounting organizations, and the current President of NSCHBC.
Blog Postsmore »
- HIPAA and Same-sex Marriage
- Novitas top claim submission errors for August Medicare Part B
- A word about customer service in a physician practice
- Another Reason Why Your Physician Practice Needs Assessment of Operations/Finances
- 2015 brings four NEW modifier 59 choices from CMS
- ACA IRS Rules and Reporting Requirements
- Reminder to conduct background checks for new medical practice employees
Forms & Checklistsmore »
Forms & Checklists
- Collection Letter FINAL (Format: Word): If patient has already been send the Collection Letter 1 and Collection Letter 2 and no payment was received, send this letter out after the first statement is 90 days stale and provide them with notice that the account will be turned ove
- Collection Letter 3 (Format: Word): If patient has already been send the Collection Letter 1 and Collection Letter 2 and no payment was received, send this letter out after the first statement is 90 days stale and provide them with their FINAL NOTICE of the account.
- Collection Letter 2 (Format: Word): If patient has already been send the Collection Letter 1 and no payment was received, send this letter out after the first statement is 60 days stale.
- Collection Letter 1 (Format: Word): Eliminate the need to use multiple patient statements by sending this letter out after the first statement is 30 days stale.
Newsletter Archivemore »
- 2014:5: NSCHBC Annual Statistics Report ; Want to motivate staff and enhance productivity? Find ways to have fun at work ; Breaches and Risks and Outages, Oh My!
- 2014:4: Developing a Merger Team, Succession Planning for Solo and Group Medical Practices , Electronic Communications: Part 1
- 2014:3: Don’t Take Your Eye off The Ball – Everyday Practice Must Do's; Introducing Healthcare Compliance Pros; Use Financial Counseling to Improve Collections and Patient Relationships; Key Pre-Merger Decisions; Where Does It Hurt: a Virtual Event
- 2014:2: Overview of Business Associates; Differentiation of the Patient Experience Leads to Practice Growth; Strategic Planning – Where is Your Ship Headed? Companies That May Be or Become HIPAA Business Associates
- Strategies to Improve Collections
- Financial Health For Your Practice
- Overview of Business Associates
- Strategic Planning-Where is Your Ship Headed?
- Building a Culture of Accountability in Your Medical Practice
- Link Patient Satisfaction Scores to Physicians Compensation
- 10 Things Bosses Hate
- Alternatives To Selling Your Practice
- Prevent Merger Mishaps with Careful Planning
- Be Careful When Calculating Equipment ROI
- Incident to Billing: Bill at Your Own Risk