Livestream: Health Care Services Conference

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Thursday, September 22, 2022 @ 8:30am 4:30pm
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Description

This event is designed to meet the specific interests of CPAs and financial professionals who provide services to hospitals, physician practices, and long-term care facilities. Visit the website at www.ms-cpa.org for a complete agenda.

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Credits

Category Amount
General 8.00

Sessions

Thursday, September 22, 2022

8:30am - 9:30am
$0.00
Credits: General 1.20
Leaders:
9:30am - 10:45am
$0.00
Credits: General 1.50
Leaders:
11:00am - 12:00pm
$0.00
Credits: General 1.20
Leaders:
12:45pm - 2:00pm
$0.00
Credits: General 1.50
2:00pm - 3:15pm
$0.00
Credits: General 1.50
3:30pm - 4:30pm
$0.00
Credits: General 1.20

Course Materials

Links to the e-materials will be listed with your course registration in your account on the MSCPA website seven calendar days before the course. You will receive an e-mail when the materials are available.



Leaders

Gary C. Anderson

Gary C. Anderson

Chris Anderson, FACHE, CPA serves as the Market Leader for Mississippi Operations for Baptist Memorial Healthcare Corporation, which includes responsibility for nine hospitals in central and northern Mississippi. In its Mississippi Division, Baptist has over $1 billion in net revenues and approximately 6,000 employees. From March 2014 to April 2017, Chris served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Mississippi Baptist Health Systems. As President of MBHS, Chris was responsible for all operations of MBHS and subsidiaries. Chris served as a health system CEO from 1998 to 2017, and has worked in healthcare for over 30 years. Chris is a graduate of Mississippi State University, a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, and has been a CPA since 1986. He has served in numerous professional and civic organizations, including current service on the Board of Directors of the USA International Ballet Competition, Board of Directors of the Mississippi Museum of Art, and the Mississippi Economic Council.

Ken Dulaney

Ken Dulaney

Ken Dulaney is a North Mississippi native and U.S. Air Force veteran, husband, father, & grandfather, educated at University of Maryland in Europe. Ken joined HFMA in 1994. Ken has served the Mississippi Chapter of HFMA as a volunteer, sponsor, Committee Chair, President-Elect, and as President for the 2017-2018 Chapter year and has been awarded the President's Award, and HFMA's Gold, Silver, and Bronze Merit Awards. He is the current Communications Chair, Newsletter Editor in Chief, and manages the MS HFMA social media platforms. Ken has worked as the Sales & Marketing Director for Alliance Consumer Solutions, Inc. an award winning agency in Tupelo, Mississippi, since November of 1999, and has been ranked in the nation's top 20% of sales professionals. He has 30+ years of experience in collections, leadership, sales and marketing. Ken has been an Author & Speaker for HFMA, MGMA, APGA, and at local and state levels and remains a board member for Mississippi Chapter of HFMA and Mid-South HFMA which includes Mississippi, Arkansas, and Tennessee.

Dave Estorge

Dave Estorge

David Estorge currently serves as the Vice President of Business Development and Governmental Affairs for the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System. He serves on the Board of the Mississippi Aquarium, USM Alumni Association, Ronald McDonald House Charities and was appointed by then Lt. Governor Tate Reeves to serve on the Medical Care Advisory Committee. He was recently recognized as a One Coast Top Community Leader, Top 10 Business Leaders Under 40 by the Sun Herald, Top 40 Business Leaders Under 40 by the Mississippi Business Journal and Outstanding Young Alumnus by the USM Alumni Association. He resides in Madison, MS with his wife of 22 years, Jaime and daughters Allie '22 and Anders '26.

Gregg Gibbes

Gregg Gibbes

Gregg Gibbes is passionate about sustaining and growing rural health care for Mississippians. He currently serves as the Administrator/CEO of Covington County Hospital, Magee General Hospital and Simpson General Hospital. He holds a BS in Accounting, Master of Business Administration and Master of Public Health from the University of Southern Mississippi. He resides in Jones County with his wife, Day, and three daughters: Daylee (10), Annie (7) and Eliza (5). Gibbes is a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi where he received his Master of Business Administration and Master of Public Health. He also obtained his bachelor's degree in accounting from USM.

Jeffrey G. Grimsley

Jeffrey G. Grimsley

Jeff Grimsley is the Health System CFO at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Jeff earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Delta State University with a major in Accounting and a Master of Professional Accountancy from the University of Southern Mississippi. He has over 23 years of experience in healthcare finance including seven years as controller and CFO with HMA hospitals prior to returning to Mississippi in 2009 to join UMMC. At UMMC, he served as Director of Finance and Assistant CFO for the health system before accepting his current role in 2018. Jeff and his wife Shannon reside in Madison with their two sons.

James H. Jackson

James H. Jackson

James H. (Jim) Jackson, Jr. – Bio During his career, Jim has compiled 36 years of administrative, operational, financial, information systems and public accounting experience which includes 22 years in healthcare administration. Since June 2018, Jim has served as the CEO/Administrator of OCH Regional Medical Center, a 96-bed county-owned hospital in Starkville. Prior to coming to OCH, he served as the CEO at Greenwood Leflore Hospital for 9 years, from 2009 to 2018 and as the CFO for 10 years, from 1999 to 2009. A 1986 graduate of Mississippi State University, Jim holds a Bachelor of Professional Accountancy degree and is a Certified Public Accountant. Jim currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Mississippi Hospital Association and the Committee of Past Chairmen. He is a member of Starkville Rotary and serves on The Partnership Board and Committee of 100. Jim is also a member of numerous organizations including the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Mississippi Society of CPAs. In 2015, he received the Senior Healthcare Executive ACHE Regents Award and was also named Employer of the Year by the Delta Chapter of Mississippi Business Women.

Lee McCall

Lee McCall

Lee McCall, FACHE Chief Executive Officer, Neshoba General Lee McCall is the Chief Executive Officer of Neshoba General in Philadelphia, MS. Neshoba General is a public community hospital offering a host of comprehensive healthcare services including long-term care. Mr. McCall has been serving in his current role for 8 years. He is an alumnus of the University of Southern Mississippi where he earned a Master of Business Administration, Master of Public Health, and Bachelor of Science. He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on several healthcare boards, including the Rural Hospital Alliance, Health Care Providers Insurance Company, Mississippi True, and the Mississippi Hospital Association, where he was recently named Chair Elect. He is also an executive member of the Institute of Healthcare Executives and Suppliers. He is married to the former Ashley Webb of Madison, MS for 20 years and they have 2 sons, Talan and Nolan.

Richard Roberson

Richard Roberson

Richard Roberson is General Counsel and Vice President of Policy and State Advocacy for the Mississippi Hospital Association. In his role, he handles in-house legal issues for MHA and coordinates the Association's government relations strategy. Richard also works on many federal and state policies and procedures which impact hospitals with a particular focus on Medicaid issues. Prior to joining MHA in 2015, Richard practiced healthcare law and government relations in the Jackson, Mississippi office of Bradley Arant. His healthcare practice primarily focused on Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement, certificate of need and other regulatory and audit issues for a variety of healthcare clients including hospitals, physicians, dentists, pharmacies, physical therapists, hospice and nursing homes. Before entering private practice, he spent over fifteen years in state government, most of which were spent at the Mississippi Division of Medicaid where he served as legal counsel and an administrator. Richard was an editor for the Medicaid payments chapter for the American Health Lawyers publication titled, Representing Hospitals and Healthcare Systems Handbook. Richard has been a presenter on numerous health law topics for national and regional conferences and has frequently testifies before the Mississippi Legislature. He received his B.A. from Baylor University and his J.D. from the University of Mississippi and currently resides in Jackson, Mississippi.

Drew Snyder

Drew Snyder

Drew Snyder is Executive Director of the Mississippi Division of Medicaid. He was appointed by Governor Phil Bryant in January 2018 and reappointed by Governor Tate Reeves in January 2020. He has served in both the public and private sectors, focusing on improving quality and value and delivering public services more effectively. As Executive Director, Snyder manages a team of more than 900 employees and has helped create long-term sustainability for the Division of Medicaid, driving a fiscal turnaround that has transformed the agency from experiencing habitual budget overages to instead achieving consecutive balanced budgets and more stability in its public appropriations. Under his leadership, the Division of Medicaid is focused on better life outcomes for the people it serves and has increased its service offerings to beneficiaries by improving program integrity and identifying process improvements. Snyder has also led a robust overhaul of the agency's digital operations, creating opportunities for increased insight and new efficiencies in program management. These changes have allowed the agency to better-prioritize its resources and capture cost savings. Prior to serving as Executive Director, Snyder served Governor Phil Bryant as Deputy Chief of Staff, Policy Director and Counsel and also served as Assistant Secretary of State of Policy and Research to Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann. From 2007-2012, he worked as national counsel on complex civil litigation for private clients in the healthcare industry. In September 2020, he was named a fellow to the 2021 class of the Medicaid Leadership Institute by the Center for Health Care Strategies. He is a member of the Uniform Law Commission and previously served on the Mississippi Public Employees Retirement System Board of Trustees. Snyder is a native of Eupora, Miss., and is admitted to the Mississippi Bar. He earned his law degree from the University of Virginia and a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Mississippi. He and his wife Camille live in Jackson and have one son.

Shawn Stack

Shawn Stack

As HFMA's Director of Perspectives & Analysis, Shawn is responsible for developing policies and positions on topics important to the Association's mission into recommendations for content strategy and product services for HFMA membership. He serves as a subject matter expert and consultant to the membership on healthcare policy, finance and revenue cycle operations. Shawn previously worked as a consultant with HMA/Burns and Associates, where he served as Senior Consultant. Prior to that, Shawn was Director of Healthcare Policy and Economics for The Ohio Hospital Association and Director and Assistant Director of Access and Revenue Cycle at a major academic medical center and designated cancer hospital. Shawn is a graduate from Kent State University and holds an EPIC Resolute Certification.