Home       About       Contact

Putting the Pieces Together

In many years of working with hospitals, health systems, medical practices and even as compliance officers, our consultants experienced less than satisfactory results and efforts by consulting companies—large and small. Thus, KHC was created to fill that expectation gap. As one of our clients said, "we bring the pieces together"—we understand the diversity of the regulatory and operational issues, with eyes on patient care and the finances to help our clients reach their goals.


We focus our energy on what we do best—capturing the momentum created when there is improved knowledge, process and understanding. We are looking for relationships rather than high volume. We provide a wide array of services. See our Sample of Engagements.


It’s easy to say “we’re consultants” but that tells only part of the story. We have chosen this profession after working in the health care industry as Nurses, Financial and Regulatory positions, Managers, Administrators, Coders, HIM Directors, Patient Financial Services Directors and Compliance Officers.


Because of this background we work  collaboratively to get solutions and answers that work for you and your health care organization.


Often the problems facing the client includes some lack of knowledge, but is mostly caused by the lack of the same language and understanding between the stakeholders—medical providers, finance, coders, billers, regulators, nursing—we use what sounds like the same words, but the nuances and meanings are different.

We bring the pieces together.

• Regulatory Compliance

• Operational Improvement

• Revenue Cycle Improvement

• Education and Training

• Due Diligence



• 10/11/2017

Provider-Based (Regulated) space, regulations, and billing.

Presented by Charlotte Kohler covering the many changes that are now in place and the upcoming changes.


10/02/2017 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

How to Incorporate a Strategic Business Model to Ensure a Viable Urgent Care Center

Charlotte Kohler will be leading a workshop at the 2017 Urgent Care Centers Congress at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort in Orlando, FL.



12/08/2017 from noon to 4 p.m.

The 3rd Annual HFMA CDM Forum

KHC will be sponsoring this event for HFMA, and we hope to see all of you there. This event is an informal and interactive walk through of the January 2018 updates impacting hospital charge masters.


It was great seeing many of you at this year's Maryland AAHAM Annual Institute in Ocean City this month. We hope to see you at this year's Maryland HFMA Annual Institute in Ocean City October 4-6, 2017.


Newsletter Sign Up

Corporate Sponsor

Maryland Hospital Association


Collaboration + Knowledge = Sustainable Results

Web pages available as PDF flyer. Contact us for details.