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Leadership

Leadership Experience.

Posted by on Aug 12, 2001

The partners and principals of Hertzbach are diverse in their professional backgrounds, experience, and achievements. Each partner/principal has made a unique contribution to the growth and success of the firm. Many of our partners and principals started their careers with our firm.

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Strategy

Service Strategies.

Posted by on Aug 12, 2001

Our team of over 180 professionals is diverse in their experience and achievements, concentrating in many practice service areas, including accounting and auditing, taxation, consulting, and specialized industries. Our depth of expertise and reputation make us the choice for businesses and individuals.

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Expertise

Industry Expertise.

Posted by on Aug 12, 2001

Hertzbach & Co. provides services and consulting to a wide range of industries. We understand the unique practices of these industries. Our professional team of CPAs, working with other professionals and support staff, provide the specialized resources needed to succeed in all aspects of business.

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Beliefs

What We Believe.

Posted by on Aug 12, 2001

As a certified public accounting and consulting practice, we believe that every client, without exception, has the right to the highest level of expertise and advice, a thorough understanding of their financial position and a commitment by those engaged and entrusted to guide them to business success.

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Recent Posts

Implications of HIPAA breaches an increasing concern for long-term care

Implications of HIPAA breaches an increasing concern for long-term care

Jul 27, 2017

Data breaches can come from many sources including ransom-ware, employee mistakes and disgruntled and/or former employee actions.  Long-term care operators have a specific added burden of securing records for an extended period. Additionally, this type of information remains valid and useful for a very long period since it is unlikely to change. Following a data breach, Federal HIPAA penalties, class-action lawsuits and settlements are an increasing concern for healthcare providers. For example, Anthem, Inc., the largest U.S. health insurance company, recently settled litigation over hacking in 2015 that compromised about 79 million people’s personal information for $115 million.  Even if a provider has committed no wrongdoing, bad publicity can cause major financial implications. As data breeches continue to proliferate, there is guidance on how to act quickly and stop/report cyber security related-incidents within your facility. The Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights provided this guidance in a recently published checklist. If you have any questions about the content in this blog, we encourage you to reach out to us at...