Health Care Podcasts

Our Health Care podcasts feature hot topics including health care mergers and acquisitions and giving financial first aid to an ailing health care company. Our Health Care Services Group blends broad health care industry experience with detailed knowledge of operations and strategy.

Podcast May 04, 2021 Deeper Dive on 2021 E/M Changes

Nancy Clark continues our E/M Coding conversation. Hear more details on what has changed, what was eliminated, and what the most important takeaways are.

Podcast April 20, 2021 2021 E/M Coding Changes Overview

The 2021 Evaluation and Management guideline and code changes, effective January 1, 2021, were the first major shake-up to coding in many years. Nancy Clark discusses why the change was made now, what providers should be concerned about, and how a pr…

Podcast June 10, 2020 Telehealth Is Here to Stay

Bert Orlov talks about the vital role of telehealth in the current health care environment.

Podcast June 09, 2020 Key Steps to Restarting Physician Practices

In this podcast we discuss the key steps in restarting physician practices post-pandemic.

Podcast April 19, 2017 When Health Care Mergers and Acquisitions Flatline

An advisor of EisnerAmper’s Health Care Services Group talks about health care mergers and acquisitions that don’t make it to the finish line.

Podcast January 30, 2017 Giving Financial First Aid to an Ailing Health Care Company

Steven Bisciello talks about the challenges a health care organization faces that could adversely impact its bottom line, giving an example of how using the proper accounting and financial triage can nurse a health care organization back to health.

Podcast January 05, 2017 Is Health Care at a Crossroads? Part 1

Part 1 of this interview tells us about what impact the new administration may have on health care, including where insurance companies do business, and what financial issues are top-of-mind for physicians and hospital administrators.

Podcast January 05, 2017 Is Health Care at a Crossroads? Part 2

This second part of our interview looks at consolidation in the health care sector, concerns about patient information and data security, and how being a business and financial advisor to health care professionals is a specialty unto itself.