“I appreciate the willingness to get on the phone and discuss complex situations as they are happening. In this way, we have a good product and clean audit.”
We are healthcare accounting and consulting.
Healthcare is our largest niche. It’s what we’re known for. And that’s why so many providers choose us to be their partner.
For more than 45 years, Blue & Co. has painstakingly cultivated its healthcare team to include industry experts that cover almost every aspect of operational efficiency and compliance. Our teams work with nearly every hospital in Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky and have healthcare clients in almost every state across the U.S.
Who we serve.
We currently serve more than 1,500 healthcare providers, covering everything from hospitals and physician groups to post-acute care facilities, dental practices, and pharmacies. We have more than 145 experienced professionals dedicated specifically to healthcare that will serve you with a deep and comprehensive understanding of the industry’s administrative, organizational, and financial needs.
- American Academy of Professional Coders
- American College of Healthcare Executives
- American Health Information Management Association, AHIMA
- Health Enterprise Network of Louisville
- Healthcare Financial Management Association
- Indiana Council of Community Mental Health Centers, Inc
- Indiana Health Care Association
- Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities
- Kentucky Board of Nursing
- Medical Group Management Association
- Medical News
- Cheryl Wathen
Deaconess Hospital, Inc.
“When you pick up the phone or email someone at Blue, if they are not available immediately, they get back with you very quickly. The people make the company, and Blue has a way of finding people that can relate to everyone. Blue is just an exceptional company and I am proud to have worked with them for the past 15 years.”Willie Cooper-Lohr
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