Kevin is a member of Myers and Stauffer’s executive committee and the partner-in-charge of our Kansas City office. For more than 30 years at Myers and Stauffer, he has provided auditing, consulting, and accounting services to state Medicaid agencies. As one of the leaders of Myers and Stauffer, his expertise and guidance have been integral to the continued success of the firm.
Throughout Kevin’s extensive career, he has worked closely with Medicaid program officials, assisting them to achieve desirable program outcomes. He has assisted states with their audit and attest obligations; working with their health care providers and other stakeholders during the evaluation, modeling, and implementation of new reimbursement systems. He has worked closely with Medicaid program officials to ensure their program funding approaches leverage all available federal funds, while complying with federal Medicaid laws and regulations.
Mr. Londeen has worked with Medicaid programs, including inpatient and outpatient hospital, nursing facility, home health, FQHC, RHC, physician, pharmacy, and other Medicaid service offerings. He has assisted Medicaid programs resolve disputes in both administrative and judicial settings, and works closely with Medicaid programs as they address issues with CMS.
With his 30 years of experience within the complex state and federal Medicaid law and regulatory environment, Kevin has learned how to craft desirable client outcomes within these constraints. He is a Certified Public Accountant and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Kansas Society of Certified Public Accountants.
B.S., Business Administration, Concentrations: Accounting and Finance
Kansas State University
- Litigation consultation.
- Significant cost report auditing and reimbursement experience.
- Instrumental in revising state DSH and UPL programs.
- Provides high-level strategic input to state Medicaid agency clients.
“If we embrace change, and if we continue to learn, we are going to be successful.”
— Kevin Londeen