What We Do Matters: Mike Davis

Accountable + Impactful + Quality

The work we do every day helps the beneficiaries of government-sponsored health and social welfare programs – and they are some of the most vulnerable and fragile populations in the nation. To continue our blog series about finding meaning in our work, we would like to introduce Mike Davis, Senior Manager at Myers and Stauffer’s Boise office. Mike reveals how he is able to see the big picture and importance of the work he does every day.
“Our associates really are making a difference. They are the main points of contact for the individuals working at hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and intensive-care facilities for the intellectually disabled – our people help them understand the ever-changing Medicaid landscape. It is great that all three entities have a company they can trust to help them navigate the changes.

Seeing the big picture and the importance of our work is part of Myers and Stauffer’s core structure. We help hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and intensive-care facilities for the intellectually disabled understand the ever-changing Medicaid landscape. By ensuring facilities comply with new and evolving regulations, we provide true value and help society as a whole. Helping these facilities remain compliant ensures they will continue to receive the funding they need to continue to help fragile populations.” – Mike Davis, CPA

Get to Know Mike

Mike manages audit projects, supervising, mentoring, and training staff and senior accountants. He has worked on disproportionate share hospital (DSH) audit contracts for multiple states and currently serves as the project manager for state DSH audit client. Audits and desk reviews completed include the determination of allowable costs under the Medicaid reimbursement criteria, evaluation of internal controls, compliance with state and federal regulations, and evaluation for conformity with generally accepted accounting principles. As part of his role, he manages the day-to-day operations, serves as the client contact, provides training in DSH audits to providers and our internal staff, reviews the audit work of our staff, and establishes audit practices and procedures. He performs Medicaid field audits and desk reviews as well as final reviews of long-term care facilities, hospital-based facilities, and federally qualified health centers.

Positive Impacts 

Myers and Stauffer is proud to help our clients serve those who are most vulnerable. Our staff feel empowered to know that their hard work and dedication each day makes a difference. We believe it and so do the millions of individuals helped by the clients we serve. We will release new stories each month highlighting associates and their stories. Follow along with our LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram for more information.