We are CPAs who serve the needs of Federally Qualified Health Centers.
Your federally qualified health center is committed to providing quality health services to people and communities in need. Yet while you have the typical business operations of a for-profit center, you also have the reduced budget and the reporting obligations of a nonprofit.
This creates unique challenges that typical health centers don’t always face:
- Are you maintaining an optimal mix of insured patients?
- How can you maximize your center’s cash flow and find complimentary sources of revenue?
- Is your center compliant with grant eligibility requirements?
With so much at stake for your patients, you need CPAs and business advisors who understand these challenges.
For decades, James Moore & Co. has helped healthcare providers and nonprofit organizations thrive. So we’ve combined this experience and knowledge to address the needs of federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) like yours.
“Our Health Center has faced economic and growth challenges, and James Moore has met our needs in a professional manner. We have found them to be professional, fast, efficient, trustworthy and—most importantly—cost effective.”
Because we’re well versed in both nonprofit and healthcare accounting, James Moore has the expertise to address the concerns that FQHCs face. We’ve leveraged that knowledge to develop services tailored just for you, including:
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Jeremy Wright, CPA
Jeremy’s work at James Moore includes audit and assurance services, due diligence support for mergers and acquisitions, cash flow forecasting, outsourced accounting services and more. As a partner, he also provides guidance to our accounting and assurance staff as an instructor and mentor.
Jeremy leads the Construction Service Team and is a member of the Healthcare Services Team at James Moore & Co. He is a member of several industry-specific associations including the Builders Association of North Central Florida (BANCF), the Construction Industry CPAs and Consultants (CICPAC), the Florida Surety Association, and StartupGNV (where he serves as Treasurer). He also regularly holds office hours at UF Innovate to help guide area startup businesses as they grow.
In addition to the areas mentioned above, Jeremy also serves multiple federally qualified health centers, condo/homeowner associations and other commercial entities.