Medical Groups & Physicians

The Right Fundamentals

Caring for your patients and running a practice: Taken individually, these can be very rewarding areas of focus. But balancing the two can be a challenge, especially at a time when physicians face new demands as a result of health care reform.

That’s where we come in. Moss Adams works with physician practices and medical groups to develop essential financial and operational strategies. Our professionals understand the regulatory and strategic issues you face, including collaborations between hospitals and physicians and the complexities involved in integration.

We put our knowledge to work for you, strengthening your accounting and finance functions, creating opportunities for you to succeed in a changed environment, and giving you more time to devote to the reason you got into the field in the first place: to practice medicine.

Who We Serve

Hundreds of medical groups and clinics across the nation turn to us for some of their most pressing business challenges. Our clients include:

  • Independent physician associations
  • Private physician practices
  • Single-specialty clinics
  • Integrated physician practices
  • Multispecialty clinics
  • Hospital-based physicians
  • Dental offices

COVID-19 Implications

During this unparalleled time, we’re closely monitoring circumstances so we can provide up-to-date guidance and support to help you combat uncertainty. Visit our dedicated web page detailing additional COVID-19 implications for you and your business. You can also go directly to our Health Care Spotlight.

Please reach out to your Moss Adams professional with any questions you might have, or you can also ask questions here.

Annual Health Care Conference

Annual Health Care Conference

Join thought-leaders from across the health care continuum to explore insight on the latest industry issues and developments at our annual conference, returning in 2021.


Join us for an on-demand webcast to discuss the latest federal incentives available to health care organizations in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. This webcast is designed for long-term care providers, ancillary health care organizations, medical and dental groups, and physicians.

Patient safety is paramount and relies on following and implementing best practices throughout the care continuum. Best practices include being transparent in recognizing errors, being bold about adopting and implementing resolution and prevention programs, and creating standardized incident reporting practices. Join us in this on-demand webcast to learn how implementing lean best practices can dramatically improve patient safety.

A new California Assembly bill clarifies the Dynamex decision, changing how employers classify employees and independent contractors.

Implementing Medicare for All could dramatically alter health care. Understand the potential implications to hospitals, physicians, employers, and payers.

(AHIA New Perspectives) Organizations can achieve operational improvements by consistently monitoring and auditing their revenue integrity program.

Discover how outsourced accounting can help health care organizations save time and money by streamlining processes and providing industry insight.

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