JH Enterprises has experience working with tertiary care academic teaching hospitals, investor owned endeavors (hospitals and physicians), community teaching hospitals, home health agencies, and sub-acute care organizations.
Our list of clients and key business contacts include:
- Mayo Clinic Health System
- Emory Healthcare
- Parkview Health System, Inc. (Fort Wayne)
- Ellis Medicine
- Houston Healthcare (Warner Robins, GA)
- FTI Consulting
- IMA Consulting
- Bluefield Regional Medical Center
- Financial Review Services – Houston, TX
- Stroudwater and Associates
- Financial Healthcare Resource Group – Orlando, FL
In the time Jay worked for me at Emory Healthcare, he was responsible as CFO for the financial affairs of a health system that Emory contract managed. He was able to get for the organization additional cash flow financing, participated in the defeasance of a multi-million dollar bond financing saving the organization more than $3 million per year and did all possible to keep the organization financially viable until a buyer was identified for this facility.
Creative thinking and out of the box thinking were critical elements of this endeavor. Jay worked in a very stressful environment where he had to manage many different parties which all had varying priorities. I never saw Jay become emotional under the stress. He has the great ability to remain very calm and focused. His work also included significant board level communication and exposure. I strongly recommend Jay and JH Enterprises to assist in financial leadership issues from turnaround and transition management through merger and acquisition.
Jimmy Hatcher, Chief Financial Officer
Emory Healthcare, Atlanta, Georgia
June 23, 2016
Our local community hospital was in trouble and needed specialized financial expert advice so the community could maintain quality medical care in our mountain community. Mr. Hoffman filled the gap with his expert knowledge of health care accounting and financial planning and allowed our board of directors to make decisions on the facts, not feeling. It was a hard lesson for the community to learn and Mr. Hoffman provided expert financial advice that could not be provided in house.
Robert E Perkinson, Jr
Past Chairman of the Board, Bluefield Regional Medical Center
Bluefield Regional Medical Center
August 1, 2016
I was chairman of the board of a not-for-profit hospital, Southern Regional Medical Center, which developed financial difficulties and Jay initially was retained as a consultant to help turn around the organization. He immediately rolled up his sleeves and took on the difficult task head on and performed so well that we subsequently asked him to be our permanent CFO and help us right the organization. During this period Jay worked diligently and relentlessly and at the same time communicated well with our board as well as several other constituents including Emory Healthcare who was our managing partner and the County politicians. Cash flow was a major issue and he was able to obtain additional monies with various financing tools and help with defeasing a multi-million dollar bond which save Southern Regional more than $3 million yearly. It was not because of Jay’s efforts that ultimately the organization could not survive on its own and Jay then helped with a complicated and at times emotional sale of the hospital which allowed its doors to be kept open and serve our community.
I worked closely with Jay during these difficult times and he always kept me informed and I was impressed by his calm and focused demeanor. His critical thinking and creativity were also strong assets and helped to sustain the hospital as long as it was. Jay is the right person to assist an organization with need for turnaround, help with a potential merger or sale or to help financially stabilize an organization that might be experiencing rocky times.
Dr. Richard Prokesch, Infectious Disease
Past Chairman of the Board, Southern Regional Medical Center
September 28, 2016