Top 100 Firm, Carr, Riggs & Ingram adds to its presence in Alabama by merging in the Oneonta-based firm Self, Maples & Copeland.
This location joins others in the Birmingham, Enterprise, and Montgomery markets to form CRI’s Alabama practice. CRI is located in eight additional states and is now in 22 markets across the Southern United States.
“Blending Self, Maples & Copeland’s long-term care and data processing services expertise with our existing service lines and team positions CRI as the powerhouse provider of healthcare and IT consulting services across the South,” stated William H. Carr, chairman and managing partner of CRI. “With both of these sectors continuing their trend of rapid growth, we are strategically investing in resources to match the growing need for related specialty services. Adding the Self, Maples & Copeland team and expertise allows us to share best practices and, ultimately, even further strengthen our efficiency of client service delivery.”
Self, Maples & Copeland has provided a broad range of accounting, tax, and advisory services for more than forty years—including several specialties that now broaden CRI’s offerings. Specifically, the firm provides data processing services including payroll processing, application hosting, and document management. The firm also delivers a spectrum of specialized services such as Medicare and Medicaid cost reimbursement advisory services, Medicaid and Medicare cost report preparation, and HIPAA consultation to various healthcare providers, many of which are long-term care entities. Their client base includes more than half of the nursing homes in the state of Alabama in addition to approximately 100 facilities located in other states.
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