SimiTree is the smarter choice.

It takes a sharp and seasoned eye to determine how well a healthcare organization is adhering to frequently changing regulatory requirements — meeting each new round of regulations, self-auditing, following best practices and incorporating updated compliance into day-to-day operations for sustainability.

SimiTree brings a higher level of expertise to gauge clinical compliance risk, looking beyond an organization’s policies and procedures with a keen understanding of how operational issues and clinical practices may create areas of vulnerability.

Mark Romano Associate Principal, Mergers & Acquisitions SimiTree

“There’s much more to clinical compliance risk than having in place the right policies and procedures. We take a hard look at clinical documentation, how an organization has responded to adverse events in the past and more.”

Associate Principal Mark Romano

20 years of industry experience

SimiTree leads the way.

SimiTree reviews clinical documentation, compliance incentives, corrective plans, reporting programs, oversight procedures, the organization’s response to adverse events and other risk indicators, carefully assessing and constructing a complete picture of clinical compliance risk.

This scrutiny provides the detailed evaluation clients need for full comprehension of an organization’s clinical compliance strengths and shortcomings. SimiTree serves home health, hospice, ABA, palliative care and physician practice clients.

Services include:

  • Quality of Earnings/Financial Due Diligence
  • Clinical Compliance Due Diligence
  • Business Valuation
  • Market Referral Due Diligence
  • Hospice Cap Due Diligence
  • Post-Close Integration
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SimiTree transforms businesses.

At SimiTree, every solution is a strength. Clinical, financial and operational expertise provides a more accurate clinical compliance risk assessment to clients so they can move forward with greater certainty. SimiTree can help identify clinical compliance risk, address and correct issues and put into place ongoing monitoring for sustained compliance.

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