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 leading healthcare/accounting organizations, including:
Blog Postsmore »
- Medicare Payments for Services by Physicians Who Were Bought Out by a Hospital about to go down?
- Another HIPAA violation and related settlement
- 1 Out of Every 3 Docs Plans to Quit - Really?
- Simple HIPAA checklist for your physician practice
- What to do when a physician shareholder leaves the medical practice
- HIPAA Mobile Device Resources
- Giving Employees Notice of Health Insurance Exchanges
Forms & Checklistsmore »
Forms & Checklists
- Compliance Plan Sample 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.
- Physician Practice Merger Due Diligence Workbook (Format: Excel): Due diligence is the most important part of the physician merger process. Use this workbook to assemble and analyze data and information on each participating medical practice.
Newsletter Archivemore »
- 2013:5: What are Better Performing Medical Practices Doing Better Than Their Peers; New Health Insurance Coverage Notices Will Be Required by Most Employers Starting 10/1/13; Incident to Billing: Bill at Your Own Risk
- 2013:4: How to Develop, Communicate and Implement an Effective Earned Time Off Program; Hospital – Physician Mergers: Practical Issues and Steps to Minimize Antitrust Risk; Charges for Missed Appointments by Medicare Patients; Recent Blog Posts
- 2013:3: Medicare PECOS Edits Begin May 1, 2013 – Claim Denials Possible; Product Spotlight – PhoneMyDoctor; Have You Considered the Alternatives to Selling Your Practice to a Hospital; Five Steps to PECOS Enrollment
- 2013:2: Can a Physician Bill Medicare Claims on Paper; Medical Practice Included in Hospital Affiliated Group; HIPAA Privacy Assessment Checklist
- Incident to Billing: Bill at Your Own Risk
- How to Develop, Communicate and Implement an Effective Earned Time Off Program
- 5 Steps to PECOS Enrollment
- Have You Considered the Alternative to Selling Your Practice to a Hospital?
- Exceptional Customer Service
- The Importance and Economics of Utilization and Outcomes
- Can a Physician Bill Medicare Claims on Paper
- Be Certain Staff Knows Revenue Cycle Management
- Are You Paying Attention to Your Coding Practices
- Fundamental Reasons Why Groups Need Leadership
- Physician Owner Agreements: What to look for