Professionals in the healthcare industry require specific tax and financial processes. That’s why our team is dedicated to helping you implement systems to create the efficiencies which drive profits within your practice, a better experience for your patients, time for you to spend with your family, opportunities to pursue your interests, and guidance to help attain your future goals.
Using our proactive 3 step system we IDENTIFY opportunities and concerns, EVALUATE current processes and systems and CREATE and implement consecutive 90-day action plans to meet your pre-set goals and objectives.
Let us support you by helping you take the first step of migrating your client base to the cloud and creating seamless communication between accounting systems and billing, payment and payroll processes.
At A. Parness Company CPA, we offer specialist advice for specialists. Just like you’ve chosen to specialize and understand your chosen field intricately, we’ve done the same with our firm. We focus on helping doctors grow their practices through smart medical accounting and business advice.
Is it time your business had a health check? We offer a complementary Business Health Check which quickly enables you to identify problem areas. These problems indicate opportunities where you can make improvements to help you create the business you want. Simply enter your details below and get started!
Turn your medical practice into a great business by implementing our 6 W.R.I.T.E.S.
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A Parness Company CPA is an accounting and advisory firm which combines the best of traditional expertise with the technology of today. Our New York-based team comes from all parts of the world, bringing with them a wealth of experience, knowledge and understanding.
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