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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.  A colleague recently stated, “Reed Tinsley is to me what Lief Beck is to you all!”

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:

Reed is a member of several leading healthcare accounting organizations, and the current President of NSCHBC.

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  • Forms & Checklists

    • Patient Satisfaction Form (Format: MS Word): Here is another form to get feedback from your patients; patient feedback is critical to your practice.
    • Compliance Plan for Physician Practice (Format: Word): Modify and implement this sample compliance plan in your medical practice.
    • 5 Steps to PECOS Enrollment (Format: Word): If your practice has not yet enrolled with PECOS, here’s a comprehensive information guide and checklist for accomplishing this important task.
    • Request for Form W-9 (Format: Word): If you make payment or payments to a vendor during the year that will require you to send an IRS Form 1099-MISC to that vendor, then you need to obtain an executed Form W-9 from the vendor before or soon after making payments.