Partner, Health Care Senior Analyst
Areas of focus: Health Care
Rick has over a decade of experience providing audit and consultative services predominately to organizations in the health care industry. He has served a wide variety services for organizations ranging from large organizations with more than $12 billion in annual revenue to small, standalone entities with less than $1 million in annual revenue. Rick has served clients across the health care continuum including integrated health systems, physician groups, safety-net hospitals, health insurance clients, and other various health care related entities. Rick has experience in governmental, not for profit, and statutory accounting standards.
Rick has played a role on several due diligence engagements as a dedicated health care professional resource. In 2018, he was selected as a senior analyst in RSM’s cutting edge Industry Eminence Program, which positions its senior analysts to understand, forecast and communicate economic, business and technology trends shaping the industries RSM serves. These senior analysts advise clients on conditions impacting middle market leaders.
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