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Mary Kiteley
Manager

 

Mary Kiteley says she considers herself more of a hybrid than an accountant.  Kiteley spent 20 years doing clinical work as an occupational therapist before joining Bland & Associates to serve as an Accredited Healthcare Fraud Investigator (AHFI) in July 2017.

Kiteley is uniquely qualified for her position because she has clinical experience coupled with accounting knowledge. Her background has allowed her to develop a comprehensive understanding of how healthcare is provided, and how it is captured in claims processing and financial records.

In her previous career, Mary worked in various settings such as acute hospitals, outpatient settings, skilled nursing facilities, and home health. She also spent 15 years investigating Medicare fraud and has expertise in Medicare Cost Report fraud, Part A, Part B, DME, and Home Health Investigations. Kiteley was recognized by the Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General and the United States Attorney’s Office for providing expertise and support in both criminal and civil prosecutions.

Born and raised in Omaha, Kiteley earned a B.S. in Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Technical Experience

  • Community Mental Health Centers – claims, cost report, and financial analysis
  • Long Term Care Hospitals – claim and cost report analysis
  • Skilled Nursing Facilities – claims, cost report, and financial analysis
  • Part B claims analysis – ambulance, physician fee schedule
  • Hospice and Home Health
  • Prospective Payment System claim re-pricing
  • Medicare Cost Report Reimbursement

contact

CONTACT MARY
AT MKITELEY@BLANDCPA.COM

Mary’s Disclosures

The furthest west I have ever lived in Omaha is 46th Street.
  I was smart enough when we remodeled our kitchen to make a deal with my husband that he could have any appliances he wanted if I never had to cook again!
   My husband tells me I have shiny penny syndrome.

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